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Go! With Microsoft Office Internet Explorer 2003 Committed to Shaping the Next Generation of IT Experts. MOUS Certification More Information: To learn more about becoming a Microsoft Office Specialist, visit www.microsoft.com/officespecialist .

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Go! With Microsoft Office Internet Explorer 2003

Committed to Shaping the Next Generation of IT Experts.

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MOUS Certification

  • More Information:

  • To learn more about becoming a Microsoft Office Specialist, visit www.microsoft.com/officespecialist.

  • To learn about other Microsoft Specialist approved courseware from Pearson Education, visit www.pearson.com.

  • The availability of Microsoft Office Specialist certification exams varies by application, application version, and language. Visit www.microsoft.com/officespecialist for exam availability.

  • Microsoft, the Microsoft Office Logo, PowerPoint, and Outlook are trademarks or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries, and the Microsoft Office Specialist Logo is used under license from owner.

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  • Starting Internet Explorer

  • Identify screen elements

  • Navigating the Internet

  • Working with Favorites

  • Searching the Internet

  • Downloading files

  • Printing Web pages

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Exploring Internet Explorer

SCREEN BEAN INTRODUCTION — TEXT: Internet Explorer: Software used to browse the World Wide Web

Internet Explorer: Software used to browse the World Wide Web

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Internet Explorer 6.0

  • A Web browser used to explore the Internet

  • Connects to the internet

  • Searches for information

  • Displays Web pages

  • Sends and receives e-mail

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Exploring Internet Explorer 6.0

  • Connecting to the Internet requires

    • Installing a modem or network card (NIC) so you can connect to a network

    • Establishing an Internet Service Provider (ISP) account that connects to the Internet

      • Your school

      • ATT

      • AOL

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GRAPHIC showing: Internet Explorer icon on the Programs menu

Starting Internet Explorer

Internet on the Start menu

Internet Explorer on All Programs list

Start Button

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GRAPHIC showing: Elements of the browser window menu

Home Page

Favorites menu

Title Bar




Address Bar contains Web site address



Mouse Pointer

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Home Pages menu

  • Home page

    • Default for IE6 is MSN Web page

    • School’s Web page

    • Change it to whatever page you like

  • Web page – individual page of information

    • Text

    • Links

    • Pictures

  • Web site – group of related Web pages

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Home Pages and Portals menu

  • Web sites like MSN, AOL, Ebay, and Yahoo provide portals

  • Portals are pages that contain links to other sites: weather, news, maps, search engines, etc.

  • To set the current page as the home page

    • Tools | Internet Options

    • General tab

    • Use Current button under Home Page

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Navigating the Web menu

SCREEN BEAN INTRODUCTION — TEXT: URL stands for Uniform Resource Locater

URL stands for Uniform Resource Locater

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Navigating the Web menu

  • Standard Buttons

  • Address Bar

  • Drop-down list

  • Hyperlinks

  • History

  • Favorites

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GRAPHIC showing: Standard Toolbar buttons menu

Using the Standard Buttons Toolbar

Forward button

Home button

Back button

Screen tip

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Using the Address Bar menu

  • The Address Bar displays the Web address (URL) for the current Web site

  • Uniform Resource Locator (URL)

  • http://www.prenticehall.com/catalog/index.html

    • http – Hypertext Transfer Protocol

    • :// - separates the protocol from the rest

    • www.prenticehall.com – domain name

    • /catalog/index.html – path and page name

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Protocols menu

  • Protocol – a method of communication

  • Web sites use http protocol

  • http:// doesn’t have to be included in the address

  • ftp – File Transfer Protocol – used to upload and download files

  • ftp and other protocols must be included in the address

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Domain Names menu

  • Have two or more parts

  • www is commonly used but not necessary

  • Name of the business or organization

  • Domain type

    • .com – commercial

    • .edu – education

    • .gov – government

    • .org – organization

    • Country code – .ca .fr .uk

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IP Addresses menu

  • Each domain name is assigned an IP address

  • IP – Internet Protocol – method that enables a URL to find the domain specified

  • The domain name is translated into the IP address


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GRAPHIC showing: An address in the address bar menu

Using the Address Bar

Extra text is added to the URL to display a specific page

Type URL into Address Bar

Typing causes a drop down list of most recently visited sites to appear. Sites that appear will match what you type.

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Using Hyperlinks menu

SCREEN BEAN INTRODUCTION — TEXT: Hyperlinks: Let’s learn all about hyperlinks

Let’s learn all about hyperlinks!

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Using Hyperlinks menu

  • Hyperlinks access other Web pages or display other sections of the active page

  • Text, buttons, pictures, or other objects

  • Links to the

    • Same page

    • Same site

    • Different site

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GRAPHIC showing: Hyperlinks menu


Mouse Pointing to World Hyperlink

Underlined text indicates hyperlink

Navigation panes are hyperlinks

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GRAPHIC showing: Image hyperlinks and the Image toolbar menu

Picture Hyperlinks

Image Toolbar

Picture Hyperlink

Mouse Pointer

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GRAPHIC menushowing: The History button

Using Internet Explorer History

History toggle button

Calendar icons

History pane

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Setting History Options menu

  • History list tracks the most recently-visited sites

  • Default setting is last 20 days

  • To change History settings

    • Tools | Internet Options on the menu bar

    • Clear History Button

    • Days to keep pages in history

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Work with Favorites menu

SCREEN BEAN INTRODUCTION — TEXT: Hyperlinks: Have you got a favorite Website?

Have you got a favorite Website?

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Work with Favorites menu

  • Favorites is a customized list of the sites you plan to visit frequently

  • Default sites are Microsoft sites

  • Manage Favorites

    • Delete sites

    • Add new sites

    • Organize sites in folders

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Adding an Address to Favorites menu

Click Favorites | Add to Favorites

Saves the file to local computer

Name of active Web site

Existing folders

Create a new folder

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GRAPHIC showing: Favorites list menu

Displaying a Favorite Web Site

Click Favorite Menu

Click new item in list

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GRAPHIC showing: Favorites Pane menu

Favorites Pane

Favorites toggle button

Add button

Favorites Pane

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GRAPHIC showing: Organize Favorites dialog box menu

Deleting an Address from Favorites

1. Display Organize Favorites

2. Select an item from the list

3. Delete the item

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Searching the Internet and Downloading Files menu

SCREEN BEAN INTRODUCTION — TEXT: Hyperlinks: Google, Excite, Alta Vista, Many More



Alta Vista

Many More

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Search the Internet menu

  • Search engines – programs that search the Internet for sites containing specific text

  • Search for “computer training” including the quotes will look for the phrase

  • Without the quotes it searches for two words finding many more matches

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GRAPHIC showing: Search Window menu

Searching the Internet

Search Companion toggle button

Search Companion pane

Type in the search topic

Change the options (figure, etc.)

Search Companion figure

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Download Files menu

  • Save files to local computer so they are available when not connected to the Internet

  • Web pages are saved as hypertext markup language (.html .htm) files

  • IE6 creates a new folder to save page, graphics etc.

  • Add to Favorites - saves the page when the option “Make the page available offline” is selected

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GRAPHIC showing: The Save Web Page dialog box. menu

Downloading and Saving a Web Page

1. Menu bar clickFile | Save As

Active folder

A message box will display if the page has settings that prevent it from downloading

Default file name

A Web page is saved as an html file

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Print Web Pages menu

SCREEN BEAN INTRODUCTION — TEXT: How do you print a web page? Let’s take a look!

How do you print a web page? Let’s take a look!

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Print Web Pages menu

  • Web pages contain elements

    • Pictures, Navigation panes, Links, Frames, Text

  • All elements displayed will print unless a specific element is selected

  • Options

    • Print pages that link to the active page

    • Print a table of pages linked to the Web page

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GRAPHCI showing: Print dialog box menu

Printing Web Pages

Another way – use the print button

1. Click File | Print on Menu bar

3. Select number of copies

2. Select Print Range options

4. Click Print

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GRAPHIC showing: Print Options menu

Printing Web Pages

Options Tab

Chose an option

Click Print

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GRAPHIC showing: Exit options menu

Two ways to Exit Internet Explorer

Click File | Close on menu bar

Click the Close button

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Summary menu

In this lesson you learned how to:

  • Start Internet Explorer

  • Navigate using buttons and address bar

  • Navigate using History

  • Work with Favorites

  • Search for Web sites

  • Download Web pages

  • Print Web pages