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Insider Power Techniques for Microsoft® Windows® XP by Austin Wilson, Scott Andersen, Geoff Winslow, Paul McFedries

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Searching the Web

Veteran surfers, having seen a wide range of what the Web has to offer, usually prefer to tackle the Web using a targeted approach that enables them to quickly find information and do research. This means using one or more of the Web’s many search engines. It’s usually best to deal directly with a search engine site, but Internet Explorer also offers some default searching options. For example, you saw earlier in this chapter (see "Navigating Sites Quickly and Easily Using the Address Bar") that you can run searches directly from the Address bar.

You can also run searches from the built-in Search bar, which you can display either by clicking the Search toolbar button or by selecting View, Explorer Bar, Search. Internet Explorer ...

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