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A new IE window for every JPEG why?

Posted on 2000-04-12
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I used to be able to view a collection of JPEGs in ONE IE window and simply use the forward and backward buttons to browse through the pictures. Now for some reason when I select more than one JPEG I get a new window for each JPEG and I can't use the forward/backward buttons. How do I change this back to a ONE IE window view?
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Question by:bassoonplayer
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by:Alldigital
ID: 2710599
I beleive this is the right solution... Ill give you step by step instructions
1. Go to start menu.
2. Settings
3. click on folder options
4. (Im assuming the radio button for custom is selected.)Click Settings...
5. Now look under the "browse folders as follows" and select "Open each folder in same window.
6. Click Ok.

Now you should be set.
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jjcontact earned 10 total points
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I learn something everyday.  Found this looking for something else.

http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q253/7/88.ASP?LNG=ENG&SA=ALLKB&FR=0
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by:bassoonplayer
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Sorry Alldigital, To me this sounded like the exact answer but it did not work. I tried jjcontact's findings at the support.microsoft.com and that worked perfectly.


Thank You all for your efforts!


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by:jjcontact
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bassoonplayer,
Do me a favor.

I didn't have to work on it since I fell on the answer trying to help someone else and 5 points isn't a great amount but   ......
Do something - either award points or delete this since it is solved. The list is getting so long and many are no longer active.
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by:bassoonplayer
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