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Chapter 19. The Savvy Surfer: More Inter... > Dealing with Files in Internet Explo... - Pg. 224

The Savvy Surfer: More Internet Explorer Fun 224 Windows Wisdom Internet Explorer's toolbar is a mish-mash of text and nontext buttons. Who's the genius who came up that that? The buttons would be much easier to decipher if they all displayed text. Fortunately, that's not a problem. Select View, Toolbars, Customize to request the presence of the Customize Toolbar dialog box. Use the Text options list to select Show text labels, and then click Close. · Free Hotmail--This button takes you to a page where you can sign up for a free e-mail account with Microsoft's Hotmail service. · Windows--This link takes you to the Windows home page. · Windows Media--This link takes you to the Windows Media page where you can access music, videos, and other media. I have two words I use to describe the default Links bar buttons: bo-ring! However, I really like the Links bar itself because, in my never-ending quest to minimize mouse clicks and keystrokes, it offers