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Windows Vista™ Inside Out by Craig Stinson, Carl Siechert, Ed Bott

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Using and Personalizing Internet Explorer

The basics of a web browser aren’t difficult to understand. Point. Click. Search. Print. Save. If you’ve made it this far, we can safely assume you know your way around a browser window, and in this chapter we focus on what’s new in Internet Explorer 7. Figure 6-2 on the next page shows a typical browser window, with some useful elements highlighted.

Internet Explorer hides the menu bar by default (we’ve tapped the Alt key to make it visible here) and scoots commonly used functions into the compact Command bar.

Figure 6-2. Internet Explorer hides the menu bar by default (we’ve tapped the Alt key to make it visible here) and scoots commonly used functions into the compact Command bar.

If this is the first time you’ve used Internet Explorer 7, you’ll notice one major change ...

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