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IE7 Equivalent of Ctrl-N to open identical tab?

Posted on 2006-11-12
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Can't figure out, if there's even a way, what shortcut would be the equivalent of the "old" Ctrl-N which opened an identical browser window, but which opens an identical TAB in IE7.
Anyone faced this yet?
TIA
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Question by:AZ-Administrator
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Greetings, AZ-Administrator !

To open a new tab in Internet Explorer 7, one can type Ctrl-T, type double-Click on an empty space on the tab-bar, or middle-click or Ctrl-Click on a link.

Best wishes!
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by:AZ-Administrator
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war1,
thanks for the quick response war1, all of these methods open tabs. you know how in IE6 you can use Ctrl-N and a browser window will open up to the same page, so if you're at www.cnn.com and you hit Ctrl-N you'll get a new window open to www.cnn.com. that's what I'm looking for...

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Try ALT+ENTER

Here are a list of shortcuts in IE7
http://www.microsoft.com/windows/ie/ie7/about/quickreference.mspx
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