yeah, win7 doesn't support Alt+enter for full screen. Just found out another way.
Go to command prompt from the start menu, then click on properties.
On the top click on the "Layout" tab
Under "Screen buffer size" and "Windows size", type in the native resolution for your monitor.
Hit apply and OK.
Open up command prompt and viola! full screen
Obviously some of you kids do not understand the full power of DOS and DOS based programs which operate in full screen. Some of which helped design the equipment running in gas production facilities around the world. It's a sad day when someone's needs are laughed off by those that don't understand rewrites of some programs by an older generation trying to help are just not worth the time and the price of gasoline. As a result fuel costs witll go up and thus food and most everything else will rise because of such attitudes. Go ahead laugh and don't really help. Alt/enter should do what it always did. IBM's philosophy on mainframes is to make things backwards compatible. Look forward to a world of Androids and no engineering software because those that knew how either died or stopped caring. Oh well... I'm with the guy that asked for a real solution up front as I'm in the same boat... but then, I'm starting not to care.