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Windows Vista® Step by Step Deluxe Edition by Joan Lambert, Joyce Cox

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Changing Your Home Page

Each time you open a new instance of Internet Explorer without specifying a target Web page, the browser window opens and displays your home page. This is generally the main page of a site to which you often refer, such as MSN for general information, your company’s home page for internal news, or a financial Web site for tracking your investments. If you prefer, you can select a blank (Internet Explorer–generated) page as your home page and display a specific Web site only when you choose to visit one.

In this exercise, you will change your home page, add a second home page, and then set a blank home page. There are no practice files for this exercise.

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BE SURE TO have an active Internet connection before beginning this ...

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