Mastering Microsoft Internet Explorer 4

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Sybex, 1997 - Computers - 923 pages
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Internet Explorer 4, the popular browser suite paves the way to Microsoft's "active desktop, " with new features and built-in push technology. Weisskopf and Coleman provide complete, in-depth coverage of all the new features and show users how to get the most out of them. Perfect for every user from beginner to advanced, Mastering Microsoft Internet Explorer 4 is an essential reference that belongs beside every Windows-based computer. The accompanying CD-ROM is loaded with valuable software, including a fully searchable, customizable electronic version of the book, Web publishing tools, and useful Net utilities.

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Contents

INTRODUCING THE INTERNET AND INTERNET EXPLORER
6
Introducing the Internet Explorer 4 Suite Components
25
Introducing Web Pages and HTML
47
Copyright

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About the author (1997)

Gene Weisskopf is a software applications developer whose articles are frequently published in computer magazines. He has written several books for Sybex, including ABCs of FrontPage 97, "ABCs of Excel 97," and "FrontPage 98: No Experience Required," He has also taught spreadsheet and introductory computer courses for many years.

Coleman is a technical editor and author who writes about intranets, the Internet, Microsoft Windows and Windows applications.

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