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Need to open two instances of IE6 with different sites in different instance. How?

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I have two monitors.
I need to do a manual comparison of two sites using IE6 with site A on monitor 1 and site B on monitor 2.

I can't upgrade to later versions or Firefox since those aren't approved.

I have tried shortcuts for the two sites, but when I start site B, it replaces site A in the IE6 window.
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Open in a new window doesn't work?
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What happens if you open IE6 twice, then navigate to the URL in each instance?
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by:Alex972
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Open a new window works, but I am trying to use shortcuts to simplify the process.

Click on IE6 on QuickLaunch toolbar.
Click on link from toolbar for website A.
Click on IE6 on QuickLaunch toolbar.
Click on link from toolbar for website B.


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by:Alex972
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Submitted last one too soon.

Open a new window works, but I am trying to use shortcuts to simplify the process.

Click on IE6 on QuickLaunch toolbar.
Click on link from toolbar for website A.
Click on IE6 on QuickLaunch toolbar.
Click on link from toolbar for website B.

This does work, but I was trying to use shortcuts to simplify the process.
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