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    Internet Explorer displayed over 2 displays

    Hi guys,

    We are running Windows 7 on our clients and I was wondering if the following is possible:

    Our colleagues from administration use a webbased administration program, and they want that program displayed over the 2 displays. Is this an option in the shortcut options or something?
    Their display settings are expand (so 2 independed displays not 2 displays as 1), and they want to keep this option. The displays are configured with the same resolutions (1280x1024) The pc's have onboard display adapters (HP Compaq 600 Pro SFF)

    Thanks in advance!!

    Best regards

    Leon
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    I'm a bit lost as to the question.

    You want to view one page in IE over 2 screens? If so you can just stretch it across both screens, not using maximise.

    Steve

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    Hi Steve,

    Your thinking is right
    Thanks for your reply, this is what I already know, I was wondering if you could give this info to a specific shortcut, so the shortcut starts with that config. Like when you start Microsoft Word and drag it to the screen on the left, close Microsoft Word, start it up again and it opens on the left screen. Something like that.

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    That only works when it's locked to a single screen as far as I know. Splitting it over both screens, would either always open IE like that, or never.

    Unless you start going down the route of making a single program that opens a webbrowser and auto sets it's own location/size etc.

    Steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alkaline View Post
    This may work:
    Realtime Soft UltraMon
    Not used it myself.
    I've used it to combine multiple displays for projected images, it seems to work well.

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    you can set ie to run in Kiosk "ieprogram -k shortcut to webpage" mode this will always open full screen on the primary monitor. Then if the non kiosk pages could still open in the secondary? Rubbish but all I had

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