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I don't believe so.
However, you can undock the various panels and arrange them as you'd like across one or two monitors and the program will remember the configuration next time you open the program.
I guess if it's really important, you could get Windows Sniper or find something similar:
In Sniper, you select what you want to do, then drag the bullseye to the PE title bar, then click "take out window." By default, Sniper is set to minimize whatever application you target. To maximize it again, you have to select "maximize" from the drop down list in Windows Sniper and then click "Task out Window."
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This is just how the workflow of Premiere Elements 4 is. you need to select the project or make a new project and proceed. So one can say this is the first step towards your video editing. The small window you are talking about is a part of the larger window and is embedded into it. For Premiere Elements, it will not make much of a sense to start without this window.
Thanks to all who replied. PE4 just takes so long to come up, I would like to get it started on opening and meanwhile work on something else. I can always click on the taskbar to bring something else up over PE4. I'm just not used to doing it that way.--Delta