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This is a "How Do I" question.

First I go to a web site and it opens successfully using Internet Explorer.
Now If I open another IE short cut ...the previously selected web site is removed and the new site takes over.

I'd like to know if there is a setting that creates a new IE page everytime I open a site ...so I'll have multiple sites open on my desktop.

I'm familiar with "Control N" function but that just replicates the page and then I have to type in the new address....

any suggestions? ...shoot me an email to {email address edited}


Edited by coachwife6, 23 April 2006 - 02:05 PM.

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Hey there willyjn, welcome To Geeks To Go Forums. Opening a new site in a new window depends on the site's coding.

But if you use "Shift" while clicking on a link, this will open the link in a new window.

Hope this worked. Cool :whistling:
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