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Navigating Web sites that use frames can be confusing, especially if you'd like to send a link to someone or bookmark a page from a framed site. This is why Internet Explorer and Netscape Navigator both allow users to open a framed page in a new window:

  1. Open any Web page with frames in either Internet Explorer or Netscape Navigator. (My Web page is a good example: www.leoville.com. There are two frames there, a navigation bar on the left and a content frame on the right).

  2. Right-click any link inside the navigation frame and choose Open Frame in New Window from the menu.

The linked page appears in its own browser window, without the other frame.

If your browser is missing this handy feature, upgrade to the latest version.

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