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Chapter 14. Publishing Projects on the Web > Navigating with Hyperlinks

Navigating with Hyperlinks

The purpose of this section is to introduce you to some basic Internet concepts and terminology, which provide the foundation for moving forward with how Microsoft Project 2000 integrates with the Web.

Applications that are used to view documents on the Internet are called Web browsers. The two most popular Web browsers that dominate the industry are Netscape Navigator and Microsoft Internet Explorer. The latest version of the Microsoft Web browser, Internet Explorer, is included free on the Project 2000 CD. A browser lets you navigate to a specific Internet site by referencing its Web address, also known as its URL (Uniform Resource Locator). For example, the URL for Microsoft's home page is http://www.microsoft.com/. By typing this URL in the address field of Internet Explorer (see Figure 14.2), the browser will navigate you directly to this site.


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