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Bill-Hanson,
   I have a follow-up on our earlier discussion. How can I the existing attachment to a new window instead of the right side frame.
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Just add a target parameter to the anchor tag and set it to "_new".

"[<a href='" + docUrl + "/$File/" + @AttachmentNames + "' target="_new">" + @AttachmentNames + "</a>]"
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