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The Web Toolbar

If you have used Word 97, then you are already familiar with the Web toolbar. This toolbar has not changed since its introduction in Word 97. This toolbar contains much of the same functionality as a Web browser toolbar:

  • The Forward and Back arrows take you through your browsing history. Because Word documents and other files can now contain hyperlinks, you can browse through previous Word documents as well as Web pages using these arrows.

  • The Stop Current Jump button stops the loading of a Web page.

  • The Refresh Current Page button reloads the page into Word.

  • Clicking on the Start Page button loads your Start page as it is defined under the Go button on this toolbar.

  • The Search the Web button loads your Search page as it is defined under the Go button on this toolbar.

    Note

    The Start page and the Search the Web page are defined in the Internet browser properties and invoke the browser and connection if they are selected—these are not Word-specific features.


  • The Favorites List is the same list of Internet (or other) addresses you see in the Microsoft Internet Explorer Favorites list.

  • The Go button enables you to edit your Start and Search pages under Set Start Page and Set Search Page. You can also choose Open after clicking this button to pop up an address box. You can enter any Internet address into this address box. The functions of the Load Start Page and Load Search Page are also duplicated here.

    Tip

    If you choose the Set Start Page or Set Search Page options, you are given only the option to select the current page as your new Start page or new Search page. You cannot browse to another page or choose another file.


  • The Show Only Web Toolbar button toggles the display between showing only the Web toolbar and all selected Word toolbars.

  • You can enter any Internet address, network path, or filename from a local drive in the address box. Clicking the arrow to the right of this box displays your browsing history. You can also select from this list to choose a particular file or address.


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