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:blink: ,,, greetings knowledge-bank ,,, i haven't seen this specifically discussed.. i'm wondering if there

exixts a default setting in ie6 that will force all links to be opened in a new window... this is XP pro, sp2

ie 6.0.2800 ,, with 85 % free space on 80 g hd .... what say ye ..... :whistling:
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Two related items:

1) Open in New Window - Command does nothing
2) How to add a "Open in new Window" option for Internet Shortcuts (.URLs)
3.) Using Tabbed Browsing in Internet Explorer 6

I don't have IE 6, but I'm sure there is a shortcut keyboard method to open a new window when you click a link. As to setting a default action, I don't think there is.

Post back if these don't help.


Edited by Major Payne, 21 August 2007 - 03:43 PM.

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