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Chapter 7. Word Meets Web > Word as Web Browser

7.1. Word as Web Browser

In truth, Word isn't much of a Web browser. It does have a Web toolbar (choose View→Toolbars→Web), complete with Back, Forward, Stop, Refresh, and Home buttons (see Figure 7-1). There's even a Favorites menu, which you may be delighted to discover comes populated with the bookmarks in your Internet Explorer Favorites menu.

Figure 7-1. When you type a Web address in the box in the Web toolbar, Word launches Internet Explorer (or whichever browser is selected on the Web tab of your Internet control panel) and opens that Web page. You don't even have to type the "www" or ".com".



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