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Chapter 27. Web Browsing with Internet E... > Starting Internet Explorer

Starting Internet Explorer

The browser window opens automatically when you click on a hyperlink or an Internet shortcut. To open Internet Explorer and go directly to your home page, use the Internet Explorer icon on the desktop or on the Quick Launch bar.

Tip #1001

You can have two or more browser windows open at one time—a technique that's handy when you're gathering and comparing information from multiple sources. To open a new browser window, use any of these three techniques:

  • Choose File, New, Window. The new window displays the same contents as the current browser window.

  • Press Ctrl+N. This keyboard shortcut has the same effect as using the File menu. In both cases, the new browser window "remembers" previously visited sites, so you can use the Back button just as you would in the original window.

  • Click the Launch Internet Explorer Browser button in the Quick Launch toolbar. The new window opens to your home page.



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