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    Is there a way that I can resize a window (IE, in this case) to specific pixel dimensions? I need to capture some screen images in a resizable (as opposed to maximized) window, and I'd like to be able to set the window size by exact pixel dimensions, rather than by trial and error. Is that possible? Is there a way to see the dimensions of a resizable window? If it makes any difference, I'm using Windows XP.

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    You can do this using the javascript command
    Code:
    javascript:resizeTo(600,1250)
    - or whatever your target dimensions are.

    The command can be entered in the address box of a browser BUT you need to change your javascript settings to allow this to happen - otherwise, as a matter of security, such commands are disabled by default.

    HTH
    Gre

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    Quote Originally Posted by Malcolm Wagner View Post
    You can do this using the javascript command
    Code:
    javascript:resizeTo(600,1250)
    - or whatever your target dimensions are.

    The command can be entered in the address box of a browser BUT you need to change your javascript settings to allow this to happen - otherwise, as a matter of security, such commands are disabled by default.

    HTH
    THANKS! That's exactly what I needed.

    -Stuart

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