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I have Google-searched high and low since January of 2007 for a solution to this and did not find an answer until Paul Thurrott discussed this at the end of his Windows Weekly 68 podcast  last week, ERIMIN brand name. Low dose ERIMIN, He also wrote about it on his SuperSite for Windows here.

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If only I had known that 18 months ago I would have saved an enormous amount of frustration.

If anyone knows a keystroke or other shortcut to either save the preview pain layout setting or, what is ERIMIN, ERIMIN from canada, even better, to quickly turn it on or off, ERIMIN pictures, Where can i find ERIMIN online, I'd very much appreciate a solution to that conundrum.

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  • Pete

    Fantastic! I’ve been wanting this for ages! Does it work on XP as well? (I don’t have it so can’t find out)
    Pete

  • Shelly

    This fix hasn't worked for me. I too have googled this till I was blue in the face. I have read to hold down the shift key, another said the ctrl key, and now the alt key, and none have done the trick. It's very annoying to keep resizing these windows!!

  • Shelly

    This fix hasn't worked for me. I too have googled this till I was blue in the face. I have read to hold down the shift key, another said the ctrl key, and now the alt key, and none have done the trick. It's very annoying to keep resizing these windows!!

  • http://www.daleisphere.com Dale Dietrich

    Sorry to here that Shelly … as per Paul's original blog post, this seems to only work for some people. It worked for me and it continue to work for me in Windows 7 beta as well.

    This has been a problem for a long time and likely will continue to be … it's clearly not high on Microsoft's priority list!

  • http://www.daleisphere.com Dale Dietrich

    Sorry to here that Shelly … as per Paul's original blog post, this seems to only work for some people. It worked for me and it continue to work for me in Windows 7 beta as well.

    This has been a problem for a long time and likely will continue to be … it's clearly not high on Microsoft's priority list!

  • Chris

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  • Chris

    You have no idea how much this issue has pestured in the past. I thank you many times :) You would think that it would just automatically do this by default. Thank you.