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Microsoft Office 2010- Illustrated. Getting Started with Internet Explorer 8. Objectives. Understand Web browsers Explore the browser View and navigate Web pages Use tabbed browsing. Objectives. Save favorite Web pages Browse safely Search for information

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Microsoft office 2010 illustrated

Microsoft Office 2010- Illustrated

Getting Started with Internet Explorer 8


Objectives

Objectives

  • Understand Web browsers

  • Explore the browser

  • View and navigate Web pages

  • Use tabbed browsing

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Objectives

  • Save favorite Web pages

  • Browse safely

  • Search for information

  • Get Help and exit Internet Explorer

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Understanding web browsers

Understanding Web Browsers

  • The World Wide Web(the Web or WWW) is a part of the Internet containing linked Web pages

  • A Web browseris a software program used to access and display Web pages

  • Internet Exploreris a popular Web browser

  • But you really should also have another Web Browser such as Mozilla/Firefox.

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Understanding Web Browsers

  • A search engineis a special Web site that helps find other Web sites

  • A Web siteis a group of Web pages

  • Web pages contain highlighted text or graphics called hyperlinksorlinks

    • Hyperlinks open other Web pages

    • Example: www.questspecialtytravel.com

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Understanding Web Browsers

Using Internet Explorer, you can:

  • Display Web sites

  • Play audio and video clips

  • Search the Web for information and save a list of favorite web pages

  • Save, share, e-mail, or print Web page text and graphics

    Well, you can do this with most web browsers!

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Understanding Web Browsers

  • A computer network

    • Two or more connected computers that can share information

  • The Internet is a network of connected computers and computer networks located around the world.

    • Over 600 million computers connected throughout the world

    • Connected using telephone lines, cables, satellites, and other telecommunications multimedia

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Understanding Web Browsers

A sample web page

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Exploring the browser

Exploring the Browser

  • Internet Explorer connects your computer to the Web using an Internet connection

  • Locate the Internet Explorer icon

    • Start menu or desktop icon

  • Home page appears

    • A home pageis the first page that opens every time you start Internet Explorer

      There is another definition of Home page. It is your presence on the web.

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Exploring the Browser

Internet Explorer icon on desktop

Internet Explorer icon pinned to start menu

Internet Explorer icon on taskbar

Starting Internet Explorer 8

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Exploring the Browser

Forward

Title bar

Back

Search box

Menu bar

Favorites opens Favorites Center

Command bar

URL

Tabs

Favorites bar

Browser window

Status bar

Elements of the Internet Explorer window

See Page 5 in Internet Unit

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Viewing and navigating web pages

Viewing and Navigating Web Pages

  • Every Web page has a URL

  • Uniform Resource Locator (Know it!)

    • unique address on the Web

  • Parts of a URL:

    • “http” (Hypertext Transfer Protocol)

    • “:” (a colon)

    • “//” (two forward slashes)

    • “www” (identifies the World Wide Web)

    • then the domain name: the Web site’s name

    • “.” (another dot)

    • top-level domain such as edu, com, gov, or org

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Viewing and Navigating Web Pages

New Tab tab

Visitors link

Home page for the Library of Congress (loc)

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Viewing and Navigating Web Pages

Web page icon in address bar

Home button

Page name on the tab

Visitors Web page at the Library of Congress Web site

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Viewing and Navigating Web Pages

  • Setting a home page

    • Open the Web page you want to be your new home page

    • Click the option in the Add or Change Home Page dialog box.

Add or Change Home Page dialog box

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Using tabbed browsing

You can open several Internet Web page windows at the same time

Each Web page accessible by clicking the tab

Using Tabbed Browsing

Active tab in foreground

Tab group color coded

Tabbed browsing

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Using Tabbed Browsing

Quick Tabs button

New tab

Your page might differ

The about:Tabs Web page in a second tab

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Using Tabbed Browsing

Three open Web page thumbnails

Quick Tabs view

  • To close several open pages

    • Click File on the menu bar and click exit, or click the Close button on the title bar

    • A dialog box will open and ask if you want to close all tabs or just current tab

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Saving favorite web pages

Saving Favorite Web Pages

  • Use the Favorites listand the Favorites Centerto create your own list of favorite Web sites

Add to Favorites button

The Favorites Center button

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Saving Favorite Web Pages

Favorites button

PHOTOS & MULTIMEDIA link

Home page for Bryce Canyon National Park

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Saving Favorite Web Pages

Favorites Center

Favorites Bar folder

Favorites opened in tab group

Default favorites folder

Click to open tab group and ScreenTip

Favorites Center

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Saving Favorite Web Pages

  • Use the Organize Favorites dialog box to manage the Favorites list

List of favorites

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Browsing safely

Browsing Safely

  • Risks of Browsing

    • Privacy at risk

    • Computer could become infected with a virus

    • Identity theft

      • InPrivateBrowsing: view Web sites without browser saving personal information

      • InPrivate Filtering: prevents Web site or third-party developers from collecting information about sites you visit

      • Digital Certificate: verifies the identity of a person or indicates the security of a Web site

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Browsing Safely

Icon in Address bar

Icon on Status bar

InPrivate Browsing

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Browsing Safely

http://

Click to sign in

Address bar is bluish-gray

TurboTax Web site

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Browsing Safely

https://

Address and Security Status bar is green

Icon and certificate verified in Security Status bar

Secure Web site

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Browsing Safely

  • Phishingis an illicit activity where people send you fraudulent Web sites to gather your personal information for possible illegal purposes.

  • SmartScreen Filteris a feature in Internet Explorer 8 that helps detect phishing Web sites.

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Searching for information

Searching For Information

Search options:

  • Enter keywordsin theSearch bar

  • Enter keywordsin theSearch box

  • Use search engines

    • Bing

    • MSN Search

    • Google

    • Yahoo! Search

Is this really YOUR first choice?

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Searching For Information

Search box

Search terms used to find results

Your search page may be different

Results include sponsored (commercial) links

Search results Page 15 of the Internet Unit

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Searching For Information

Finding text on a page

Click to close Find box

Find box with search term ‘photo’

Color coded ‘Tab’ group

17 matches found

  • Blocking pop-ups:

  • Pop-ups are windows that open on your screen as you visit Web sites, generally to advertise products that you might or might not want

  • Internet Explorer comes with a built-in Pop-up Blocker

  • Pop-up Blocker can be turned on or off

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Getting help and exiting internet explorer

Getting Help and Exiting Internet Explorer

  • Getting Help

    • Internet Explorer provides a Help system with information and instructions on various features and commands

    • Internet Explorer Accelerator button links to services related to text you highlight in a page

Accelerator icon

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Getting Help and Exiting Internet Explorer

SmartScreen Filter FAQs

Windows Help and Support

Help window buttons

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Getting Help and Exiting Internet Explorer

  • To Exit Internet Explorer:

    • Click the Close button on the Title bar

      OR

    • Click File on the menu bar, then click Exit

    • Close all open tabs or close each tab separately

    • If more than one tab is open, you will be prompted to close all tabs or cancel

    • You do NOT need to save files

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