Internet Explorer 6 For Dummies
Covers e-mail, instant messaging, even Web page creation
Get the scoop on new privacy enhancements and multimedia tools
Enjoy all the Internet has to offer - no experience required! Internet Explorer is today's leading Internet browser. But how do you get a handle on all the features and options in the new Internet Explorer 6 release? Relax! With Internet veteran Doug Lowe as your guide, you'll be navigating the Web, having fun with digital pictures and music, sending e-mail and instant messages, and even creating your own Web pages!
Discover how to: Surf the Web using links and favorites Play music and video with the Media Bar Chat online with MSN Messenger Protect your kids - and your privacy Create your own Web page
The Dummies Way(TM) Explanations in plain English "Get in, get out" information Icons and other navigational aids Tear-out cheat sheet Top ten lists A dash of humor and fun
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