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activates another IE Explorer, rather than smoothly going to next page

activates another IE Explorer, rather than smoothly going to next page

activates another IE Explorer, rather than smoothly going to next page

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I've constructed a web page and published it.  All is well except that I have at least one page that when I press the button to go to that page it activates a new IE Explorer with the new page rather than simply smoothly going to the new page.  

Suggestions as to how to aleviate this problem would be appreciated.

jdhunter@actcom.net

RE: activates another IE Explorer, rather than smoothly going to next page

Check the hyperlink properties.  Look down at the bottom of the Hyperlink dialog box and see what the Target Frame says (it should be default).

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