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Chapter 8. Browsing the Internet > Working with Web Pages

Working with Web Pages

Usually, you go to a Web site and review the information. When doing so, you may want to email the link (or the page itself) to someone. For instance, you may email a book review to your mom. You may also print a page. For example, you may print an order form to order a product via the telephone or fax. You can also work with the text and images on a page. As an example, you can copy an image from a Web page to a document. For example, you might copy a logo to include in a report. This section covers some of the basic tasks you can do with Web pages and their contents.

Emailing Web Pages

Often in your Web browsing, you come across sites that might be of interest to others. Internet Explorer makes it convenient to send a link or the actual page to others. (You can also open your mailbox and review your mail, using the Read Mail command.)


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