+ 0 Votes May sound silly.. DaveDXB 6 years ago IE 7 has the ZOOM feature on the bottom right... Make sure ZOOM is on 100% and not higher? + 0 Votes Solution to "Enlarged Display in Internet Explorer 6". Peconet Tietokoneet-217038187993258194678069903632 6 years ago Might not be the full solution but goes towards it. Enlarged Display in Internet Explorer 6 Start Internet Explorer. When your Home Page loads hold down a Ctrl key and scroll the wheel of the mouse up and down until the display is sized as you like. Thanks to: Bill_Castner . The best way is to download IE7 if possible. Please post back if you have any more problems or questions. + 0 Votes May also sound silly ThumbsUp2 6 years ago Make sure your HTML is up to standard. IE renders graphics differently than FireFox. If your code is not correct, IE will ignore the incorrectness of it and attempt to compensate for what it THINKS you're trying to do. Make sure the image height and width attributes are set in the IMG tag. Also, make sure you're using JPG's or GIF's. PNG's may be the new thing, but not everyone can view them. + 0 Votes Enlarged Display in Internet Explorer 6 zombiekller 6 years ago I have exactly the same problem, so much so that it dont display my webpage correctly. causing pictures to stack on top of each other...and picture seem real jagged and scaled up. webpage is set to 100% and if i set it to 75% it still stacks pictures ontop of each other as if they are STILL too big? CAN ANYONE HELP?