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In IE6 there was a menu File --> Open. That doesn't exist in IE7, or I can't find it. So I resort to using Windows Explorer and double-click on the *.htm file I want to load.

Anyone know how to do it like IE6 ? Or a better way (in IE7) ?

Thanks

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in ie7 hit a key (i think its either control or alt) and the classic File-Edit-View-Tools-Help menu comes down

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Great suggestion :)
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alt or Ctrl+o

It was weird not having the menus at first, but I use them little enough that I've started to appreciate the extra viewing space... all 50 pixels of it :P

[edit:] also, you can click the tools button on the lower-left of the toolbar and turn on the menus if you'd prefer.

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Thanks for the info :)
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in ie7 hit a key (i think its either control or alt) and the classic File-Edit-View-Tools-Help menu comes down

Oh yes you're right :) Thanks for that.

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Yeah, alt-f brings up the toolbar, then go to view>toolbars>Menu bar and the toolbar will stay. Apparently they wanted to keep this a secret as there is no menu bar option from the tools>toolbars section on the right of the window.

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or right click on the blank area of the menu bar and check standard.
Windows Media player operate the same away too.

Whats up with microsoft

I know exactly how you feel dragon. you do these thing so many time for other but when you need it for your self it's like you are at a lost. It's the simple stuff that will get you most of the times.

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