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How to open links in new tabs

Check the settings in your browser to see if there is an option to have clicked links open in new windows or tabs.  

You can also use mouse clicks and keyboard shortcuts to open the linked pages in separate tabs or windows. For instance, in many browsers, clicking the middle mouse button (the scroll wheel on some models) opens a link in a new browser tab.
You should also be able to right-click (or hold down the Control key while clicking) to see a contextual menu; this menu shows options to open the selected link either in a new tab within your current browser window or in a new browser window by itself.
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