Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
WIN 26
Windows XP Chapter 1 Introduction to Microsoft Windows XP
1
Click the Address bar to select
the URL in the Address bar
(Figure 1–34).
What happens when I click the
Address bar?
Internet Explorer selects the URL
in the Address bar and the mouse
pointer changes to an I-beam.
selected URL
in Address bar
I-beam
mouse
pointer
Figure 1–34
2
Type www.scsite.com in the
Address bar to display the new URL
in the Address bar (Figure 1–35).
Must I type www.?
No. If you only type scsite.com,
Internet Explorer automatically will
add www.
new URL
inserted
Go to button
Figure 1–35
SC Site – Shelly Cashman
Series Student Resources
Web site
3
Click the Go to button to
display the SC Site - Shelly Cashman
Series Student Resources Web site
(Figure 1–36).
The Go to button changes after I
click it. Why?
When you type the URL, the button
changes to the Go to button. After
the page is displayed, the button
changes to the Refresh button.
When you click the Refresh button,
the Web page is downloaded again
from the Web server, resulting in the
most up-to-date version of the page
being displayed.
new URL is displayed in
Address bar
SC Site - Shelly Cashman
Series Student Resources
Web site
Instant Search box
Refresh button
SC Site – Shelly Cashman
Series Student Resources
Web site
Other Ways
1. On File menu click
Open, type URL in Open
box, click OK button
2. Press CTRL + O , type URL
in Open box, click OK
button
3. Press ALT + F , press O ,
type URL in Open box,
press ENTER key
SC Site – Shelly Cashman
Series Student Resources
Web page taskbar button
Figure 1–36
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