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Control/Enter shortcut in IE broke

The Control/Enter shortcut in IE to add the http:// and .com (which I use constantly) suddenly stopped working. I don't know what changed, and I ran three different virus/spyware scans, all of which came up with nothing. I run XP/SP2 with IE6. Thanks for the help!

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Google finds it with your subject as the search.

In reply to: Control/Enter shortcut in IE broke

I took your subject as the Google which is:

Just 7 itmes down I read and they noted "OKAY......I have finally fixed this problem on my own. I was looking in internet options under the content tab. When you click the autocomplete button you will see a choice for address, as long as that is marked, you can use the "control/enter" shortcut to enter the address when it is a "www dot com"."

Try that.


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i love cnet forums

In reply to: Google finds it with your subject as the search.

thank you bob. that did it. have a great weekend!

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