IMPORTANT NOTE regarding my initial post ...
I was tired and typed some of that without thinking.
(You can test it for yourself real quickly by simply copying one of the bolded lines to Start | Run then clicking OK.)
1. Right click on the desktop and select to create a shortcut
3. as example:
Be sure to put YOUR desired start page in the single quote marks at the end (example: 'http://datadoctors.com'). The (1600,1200) portion should be set to match your display settings if you want it to be full screen. The above example is for 1600 by 1200 pixels so adjust that to match your own
To determine your screen resolution setting, right-click on any blank part of your Desktop, then choose Properties to open the Display
Properties window. Click on the Settings tab, then look in the Screen Resolution section for your current setting.
If you do not care about opening to any specific page the following opwns to a blank page with MSIE maximized:
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