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Hi guys,

I work on a web based system where i view constantly changing information from a database. My problem is that every time I click on a link internet explorer is not refreshing the page. It brings me back to the page i viewed last. Is there any way i can turn this off?

Kevin
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in IE6 click on Tools->Internet Options under the General Tab click on Settings and then set it to "every visit to the page"
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excellent, thanks a million, that makes life so much easier!!

Kevin
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glad it helped. :) thanks for the points.

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