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How do I easily open my current vim buffers/arguments in a separate window/tab each?

I know about:

$ vim one.txt two.txt three.txt -O

However if I simply start vim with:

$ vim one.txt two.txt three.txt

How can I replicate this behaviour once I've already started vim?

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To split all buffers use :sba or :vert sba

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Thanks! :tab sball opens all buffers in a tab each. –  Klaas van Schelven Aug 16 '11 at 8:39
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