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I am using Visual Studio 2005.

I would like to stop my pages from being loaded in to history so the users can not even use the back and forward buttons because the previous page is not in the history folder!!

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Question by:DRSLT
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Hi DRSLT,

Here are a couple of ideas:
http:Q_20313543.html
http:Q_10044303.html

See if these lead you in the right direction.

Peace and joy.  mvan
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