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I'm hoping there is a setting or method to disallowing the web page redirect when I lose connection. For instance, I'll be typing up a document online and if I lose internet connection from my wireless connection then the webpage with the document gets lost and I get the no connection page from IE. Is there anyway to make it stay on the previous page that way when the connection comes back I can continue the report and not lose the information? Thanks!

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If you are using Google Docs this should not happen. This issues sounds more like an issue of the site you are using. I recommend using other browsers or using a different site to type up documents. For instance: Chrome has offline features for Google Docs (and other applications in the Google Drive suite) that will allow you to work offline and automatically backup every time you reconnect.

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