Enhance Configuration of the Tabs

Discussion in 'Internet Explorer' started by smcgee0_0, Feb 3, 2006.

  1. smcgee0_0

    smcgee0_0 Guest

    As a researcher, I am constantly searching the Internet and have multiple
    instances of IE open at one time. I spend about 6 hours of my day in IE and
    Outlook.

    I would like to be able to have teh option to configure the tabs so that my
    default web page loads whenever I choose to laod a new tab. Also, it would be
    very beneficial if I could right click on a link and request that the page be
    opened into a new tab, the current tab, or a new instance of IE.

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    smcgee0_0, Feb 3, 2006
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  2. smcgee0_0

    MXX Guest

    I know that the Windows Search Bar for IE6 allowed tabs and had an option to
    have new tabs which were a certain page. I'm sure that it will be added soon.

    Also, IE7 already has the ability to right-click and open the link in a new
    window, new tab, or current tab. At least, that is the way it is on my
    machine. If you didn't know, middle-clicking and also shift-clicking gives
    you funcionality about where the link opens.
     
    MXX, Feb 3, 2006
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  3. smcgee0_0

    smcgee0_0 Guest

    Thanks for alerting me to double check this. I had the "Open in New Tab"
    option on some page links but not others. I will monitor to see if there is
    something common in the pages that is cauding this... Thanks again!
     
    smcgee0_0, Feb 4, 2006
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