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Chapter 13. Browsing the Web with Intern... > Getting Started with Internet Explor...

Getting Started with Internet Explorer

Figure 13.1 shows Internet Explorer’s main controls. You can point (without clicking) to any control for a pop-up tip. The important part of IE is not the program itself but the Web pages and resources that it gives you access to. You’ll spend most of your browsing time working within the Web itself—reading, scrolling, clicking links, filling out forms, downloading files—rather than twiddling IE’s controls and menus.

Figure 13.1. Internet Explorer’s main panel shows a Web page (Microsoft’s home page, in this case).



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