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CIS 120 Microsoft Internet Explorer A simple way to the World Wide Web It is now the early 1990s and the world is starving for a way to communicate with individuals around the globe The businessman in China wants to talk to the corporate marketer in Atlanta while the military husband overseas in Italy wants to keep in contact with his wife and kids in a little town in Raleigh So someone with extensive knowledge of computers saw the need for the expansion of the internet and developed the World Wide Web Fast forward from what started out in the 1960s as a continued link to providing computer support in case of a nuclear attack to what has now become a major source of communication and information access today This account will provide basic structured information on how to use one of the most used web browsers Internet Explorer Lets begin with the Main Browser Window When Internet Explorer is first opened up on your computer the main screen of the program will appear This main window has many parts to it The Title Bar at the very top of the window tells you what the title of the page you are viewing is The Title Bar will also tell you what Internet Explorer application is currently active Directly under the Title Bar is the Main Menu Bar This bar has many different sub-menus which control all options functions and commands for the entire Internet Explorer program Some of the browsing controls can also be found in these sub-menus Beneath this menu is the Internet Explorer toolbar This toolbar contains all of the most frequently used commands and all of the browsing functions Under the toolbar is the address bar This will tell you the exact HTTPURL location of the page you are currently viewing You can also type a Web address directly into this bar and then press enter to
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