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Hello all,

A relatively new convert to Google Chrome here. Was using IE and Firefox for many years.

In IE and Firefox I was always able to either 1) "open" a file (would save in temp files and open) or 2) "save" a file. In Chrome, I noticed that I don't have the option to "open" a file and that I can only save it first, and then open it. Is there a way around that?

Thanks in advance---
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Try pressing [Ctrl-O].

("O" as in "O"pen, not zero).
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