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Internet Explorer: Opening up new explorer page

Posted on 2009-07-15
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Hi,

I am currently using Internet Explorer and was wondering if there was a way for me to set it up so when I'm on a webpage(google for instance) and I click one of my bookmarks, instead of just overriding the page I was just on, it open a whole new window.
I know about Mozilla and tabbing, I use that at home, but this is a work computer, mozilla is a no no.  Possible?
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Which version of IE are you using. IE 7 and 8 have the same tab option as Firefox. If you have IE 6, are you able to upgrade to a more current version?

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Version 6.  We dled version 7.  thanks
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