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Computer Tips : Using Multiple Windows
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From: MSN NicknameJanie·  (Original Message)Sent: 11/2/2001 1:12 AM
A little tip for some of our newer computer users:  If you want to check out some of our linked sites and then return to the IKK site without getting lost, right-click on the link and when a pop-up window appears click on "Open in New Window".  You can then close that window when you're finished and you're still at the IKK.  You can open several windows at once - just close them out when finished.


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From: MSN NicknameDawsonDescendedSent: 6/26/2003 2:21 PM
Katsie,
 
A keyboard shortcut (for MicroSoft and similar software users) is
hold shift down WHILE clicking on the link (like you would do normally)
will result in opening the link to a new window (at least for Internet Explorer and like software)
 
Over the years I have learned, some folks are mouse/trackball oriented while others prefer keystrokes.  Hope this has benefited someone.
 
Carolyn