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how to open second webbrowser with mac


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heidi123456789

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i know to click my safari to open one what if i want to open two,
please help mac beginner thank you very much

Edited by heidi123456789, 10 February 2008 - 04:20 PM.

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I think you want "Tabbed Browsing". Check this link and scroll down to "Using Tabbed Browsing".

http://docs.info.app...l?artnum=304776
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Just click the "File" menu option at the top of the page and click New Window or New Tab... good luck using the Mac and ask any questions you may have.
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If you have the option turned on under Preferences, you can just hit the Apple + T key at the same time. To open a seperate window, you can hit Apple + N.

Edited by Gravity Gripp, 18 February 2008 - 10:50 AM.

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Thank You. :)
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Remember, almost any problem can be solved by just "googling" your question. Hope you enjoy the Mac, I know I do.
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