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Hour 5. Browsing the Web > Going Straight to Any Web Address

Going Straight to Any Web Address

Before you can jump to a page by entering its address, you must find the place in your browser provided for typing addresses. The term used to describe this area varies browser to browser, but to keep things simple, I'll just call it the "address box." Figure 5.5 shows the toolbar area of Internet Explorer, with the address box containing an address.

In both Internet Explorer and Netscape Navigator, you'll see the address box as a long text box somewhere in the toolbar area, showing the address of the page you're currently viewing. If you don't see it, the toolbar that contains the address box might be switched off.


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