Solved: Outlook Express 6 in IE 6 Ctrl +Click HELP

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Poetrycrow

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It worked for a while, then I logged off and it came back later and it went right back to the same old thing. I know this is in the archives, but I can't find it in the 70+ pages, I looked for over an hour.


Here it is. I am on Windows XP SP2, I am on IE 6.0 & OE 6.0 A cousin sent me an e-card, it said I had to do the old ctrl+click, I stupidly did this and now it won't go away permanently. I want to be able to open a link from OE as I always did without having to hit ctrl + click. I hope someone can help me

Thanks,

Erin T. Crowe :eek:
 

Poetrycrow

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Yes, I can click on links from IE fine just not in my OE and it only started the day that I clicked on that e-card.
 

Poetrycrow

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Yes Thank you so much, that did work.....I appreciate your help more than you know. That was driving me nuts.

Sincerely,
Erin T. Crowe
 

cybertech

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My pleasure!

I'm happy to hear that worked and I hope to see you around as a regular here at TSG!

:)
 

Poetrycrow

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I am sure I will be around here, remember I have a dash of stupidness. LOL. At work I am the one they come to for the computers, not because it is my job, but because they felt like I felt before you helped me.

Thank you again,
Erin:)
 
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