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Old 05-29-2007, 08:43 AM   #5
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Just an idea: Check if there's a setting (within DW!) to allow "multiple instances" (or words to that effect). If in Windows you open multiple documents with an application that does allow multiple instances, it tends to result in multiple instances of the application, each with a single document loaded; if that same app does not allow multiple instances, the documents will be added to the same application instance (provided it's an application that allows multiple documents to be opened in the first place, of course).

It's possible the upgrade has overridden such a capability (it's normally a registry setting).
I've never seen a setting like that in DW. Last time I fixed this, it was a Windows registry change.

   
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