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    Opening IE 9 tabs

    When I am on a page and click a link is it possible to have the link open in a new tab?
    I know I can right click and choose 'open in a new tab' but I would like it to open in a new tab when I just click on the link.

    I looked at the tab setting and don't see anything that will allow that.

    Thanks guys..
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    Have you looked at the Tab Options in Internet Options. There is one which states Open Links in new Tab. Perhaps this will help.
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    Ted, I looked at that and I don't see that option you refer to.
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    This might not be what you are looking for:

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    Nope, that didn't work...
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    Don't know then, sorry.
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    Thanks anyway, maybe someone else knows.
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    You can try CTRl+T

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    I have no idea what Ctrl+T is..

    I saw it but don't know anything about it.

    Besides, all I want to do is have a new tab open when I click on a link.
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    I solved it by just holding CTRL and then clicking on the link.

    Thanks guys, your suggestions put me on the right track..
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    Glad you solved this irritation.
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    Well Ted, sometimes all you need are suggestions..
    Last edited by Banyarola; 2012-10-06 at 05:46.
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    You can also try a middle-click.

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    Hold down the control key on your keyboard while you click the link.

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    amf1932, welcome to the Lounge. That is exactly what bany states he did.
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