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When I try to view:

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Microsoft/Development/MS_Access/Q_27290928.html

My cpu goes crazy, IE8 or 7 tries to view it but nothing happens.  Any ideas?
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Helllo,

Nothing more on that question page other than a couple of code samples.  Unless IE7/8 has trouble parsing the code samples that are in a DIV tag, then I'm not sure.  Try a different web browser such as Firefox or Opera to see if the problem occurs on those as well.
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Thanks I finally tried safari.... Got it working thanks.
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I and tried another browser prior to obtaining the comment.
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