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Default Explorer 7.0 Beta2 hack?

I've just tested a site on various browsers and used hacks to ensure that it displays as I want on all.

However, having used this IE hack:

* html #content-left

I have found that the site doesn't display as I want on IE 7.

Is there a hack which will work so I can tailor the site for IE7?

Thanks.



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