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Old 06-13-2010, 12:46 PM   #1
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Smile I need some kind of way to do this?

I have a couple of links on my desktop that direct me to certain web pages that I use extremely frequently. My question is, could it be possible to have one website open up on one of my screens and the other open up on my other screen?

I am just wanting this to happen, I know I can just drag it but I want to be able to open it up on the separate screens when I double click it. Thank you, please ask any questions or concerns that I missed.

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Default Re: I need some kind of way to do this?

If you don't mind them being open all the time, you could use Active Desktop. On WinXP, right-click desktop>Properties>Desktop tab>Customize Desktop...>Web tab> and add a new site. It will display a navigational page on your wallpaper where ever you want.
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