I recently switched from Windows 2000 to Windows XP Pro. With Windows 2000 I was able to click on a saved image from a folder using Windows Explorer and it would open in Internet Explorer. If I clicked on additional images they would open into the same window of Internet Explorer thus allowing me to page back and forth between multiple images. With Windows XP comes with Windows Picture and Fax Viewer, I do not want to use this because instead of paging back and forth between images I have opened from folders, it wants to page between every image in the folder it currently has opened. I was able to change what program opened the image file by going to the folder options and change the association to Internet Explorer instead of Windows Picture Viewer. This worked fine except that when I click on a saved image from a folder it opens each addational image into a new Internet Explore window. I have searched the support knowledge base and could not find a solution for this. The closest solution was http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx/kb/253788, but this was for Windows 98. It basically said to ecit the action for jpg by adding -nohome to the application used i.e. "Crogram Files\Internet Explorer\iexplorer.exe" %1 so that it looked like "Crogram Files\Internet Explorer\iexplorer.exe" %1 -nohome. Then under DDE use the following: DDE Message:"file://%1",,-1,,,,, Application: iexplore.exe DDE Application Not Running: leave blank Topic:WWW_OpenURL This is also how it appears in my settings for a jpg file in Windows 2000. However, when I do this in Windows XP it still opens the file into a new Internet Explorer window and also produces an error message to the effect that the file could not be found even though it did open fine in the new window. So my question is, can I get my image files to open into the same Internet Explorer window with Windows XP Pro?