Tabbed browsing and shrink-to-fit printing in Vista

Tabbed browsing is a feature that has been available in alternative browsers for many years but Microsoft has finally caught up with IE7. Here is a demo on how to make the most out of the new feature and also a demonstration Vista's shrink-to-fit feature, which automatically resizes pages before sending them to your printer.

Vista Tips 'Tab Browsing' Tabbed browsing is a feature that has been available in alternative browsers for many years but Microsoft has finally caught up with IE7. Here is a demo on how to make the most out of the new feature and also a demonstration Vista's shrink-to-fit feature, which automatically resizes pages before sending them to your printer.

Tabbed browsing is a feature that has been available in alternative browsers for many years but Microsoft has finally caught up with IE7. Here is a demo on how to make the most out of the new feature and also a demonstration Vista's shrink-to-fit feature, which automatically resizes pages before sending them to your printer.

We spoke to Microsoft Australia's Paul Randle for these tips and tricks.

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