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Chapter 22. Surfing the Web > Basic Web Surfing

Basic Web Surfing

Internet Explorer enables you to quickly and easily browse the World Wide Web—just by clicking your mouse. Here's a step-by-step tour of IE's basic functions:

1.
When you first launch Internet Explorer, it loads your predefined home page.

2.
Enter a new Web address in the Address box, and press Enter (or click the Go button). Internet Explorer loads the new page.

3.
Click any link on the current Web page. Internet Explorer loads the new page.

4.
To return to the previous page, click the Back button (or press the Backspace key on your keyboard). If you've backed up several pages and want to return to the page you were on last, click the Forward button.

5.
To return to your start page, click the Home button.


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