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Rischen
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Hi,

A bit of a spaz question but all of y'all who know IE will know what I mean.

I've got IE5 and I've downloaded IE6 but before I install it how do I make sure it doesn't over-right my existing IE version as most Windows products do. For most people that's what they want but naturally I want both versions available for testing. How do I make it allow both versions to be available?

Thanks,

Rischen

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Hi Rischen,
That was a problem many people have struggled with.
Luckily there is a solution read http://www.csscreator.com/css-forum/ftopic1230.html

Hope that helps

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Thanks Tony.

I appreciate your help on that.

Rischen