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I open more than one window in Internet Explorer I expect to be able to close them one by one. However the new window replaces the old window. I want to be able to show all windows I open on the task bar. sI can go back and forth by windowo Any idea how to do that. Thanks

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Hi,
Try using tabbed browsing instead, then all your 'windows' are now tabs within your browser.
Enable or disable the tabs in Internet Explorer 7.
1. In IE7 click Tools, and select Internet Options.
2. Select the General tab.
3. In the Tabs section, click Settings.
4. Uncheck Enable Tabbed Browsing to disable the tabs. Check it to enable tabs.

Hope this helps

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Posted on Dec 26, 2008

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