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Opening a link in a new window gives you a method to keep people from leaving your site to go elsewhere.
Many websites have features that open in a new browser window, such as forms, downloads, and external links. It is likely that you’ve been to a web with a list of external links, but when you click one of those links your browser redirects to the new webpage/feature and the original page is no longer available without hitting your back button. Keep this from happening to you by following these steps when you set up one of these kinds of links.
The ‘Insert Hyperlink’ dialog appears.
Be sure that ‘Existing File or Web Page’ is selected in the upper left.
To do this quickly using the HTML view, find the text that you wish to hyperlink and write the link manually. In our sample below, "External Link" is our text.
<a target="_blank" href="http://www.mylinkone.com">External Link</a>
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