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Chapter 24. Working and Collaborating On... > Accessing the Web Using the Web Tool...

Accessing the Web Using the Web Toolbar

One of the most obvious means by which Word integrates with the Web is the Web toolbar, shown in Figure 24-3. As an experienced Word user, you’re probably familiar with the Web toolbar. It has been around since Word 97, and its appearance and functionality haven’t changed since its introduction. Primarily, this toolbar is provided as a convenience so that you can access Web pages and browse hyperlinks included in documents displayed in Word. By default, when you open a Web page using the Web toolbar, the Web page opens in your browser.

Figure 24-3. The Web toolbar enables you to access Web pages and network locations from within Word.



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