Internet Explorer 5 for Windows For Dummies

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Wiley, Apr 9, 1999 - Computers - 374 pages
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Travel farther and faster -- with fewer hassles -- across the vast expanse of Cyberspace with Microsoft's newest contender on the browser scene: Internet Explorer 5. And you can find no better guide to the new features of IE 5 than Internet Explorer 5 For Windows For Dummies, the fast and friendly guide to all things IE.

Filled with practical advice and time-saving tips, this quintessential resource can help you discover new sites across the Web with astonishing ease. Find helpful advice on how to

  • Install, automate, and personalize Internet Explorer 5
  • Navigate the Web quickly by using Links and Favorites
  • Button down security on IE 5
  • Set your browser's Parental Controls to protect your kids from inappropriate materials
  • Drag Web content directly into an application, such as Word, Excel, or PowerPoint
  • Keep up with your mail and favorite newsgroups with Outlook Express
  • Organize online conference calls and cut down on your monthly phone bill
  • Create state-of-the-art Web pages with the IE FrontPage Express
Internet Explorer and Internet Explorer 5 For Windows For Dummies: Don't leave your home page without 'em.

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Preparing for an Internet Exploration
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About Doug Lowe Doug Lowe is a seasoned …For Dummies® author with 30 computer books to his name that cover a wide spectrum of computer technology. His books include Networking For Dummies®, 3rd Edition, Creating Web Pages For Dummies®, 3rd Edition, Microsoft® Office 97® For Dummies® Quick Reference, and More Word For Windows® 95 For Dummies®.

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