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from my previous question.  How would I now open those documents in a new window instead of the exitsing one?  Hopefully this will be easy.
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to open in a  new Window Simply Define the target="_Blank" within A tag.

in <a href="<%=rs("location")%> target='_Blank' ">   Field </a>
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I am sorry i mean this

<a target="_blank" href="whatever">Field</a>
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Thanks again!
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