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How do I change the aol email window to read the entire email without having to scroll to the right.

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Did you try collapsing the left panel?

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The Left Panel?  No, I'm not sure what you mean?  The left panel is where I click to get my email.  I wouldn't want to collapse that.

You can drag the left or right boundary to make the window bigger, and use AOL menu Window, Remember Window Size and Position

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