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  1. Go! With Microsoft Office Internet Explorer 2003 Committed to Shaping the Next Generation of IT Experts.

  2. 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.

  3. Objectives • Starting Internet Explorer • Identify screen elements • Navigating the Internet • Working with Favorites • Searching the Internet • Downloading files • Printing Web pages

  4. 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

  5. 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

  6. 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

  7. 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

  8. GRAPHIC showing: Elements of the browser window Home Page Favorites menu Title Bar Standard Buttons toolbar Address Bar contains Web site address Tabs Links Mouse Pointer

  9. Home Pages • 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

  10. Home Pages and Portals • 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

  11. Navigating the Web SCREEN BEAN INTRODUCTION — TEXT: URL stands for Uniform Resource Locater URL stands for Uniform Resource Locater

  12. Navigating the Web • Standard Buttons • Address Bar • Drop-down list • Hyperlinks • History • Favorites

  13. GRAPHIC showing: Standard Toolbar buttons Using the Standard Buttons Toolbar Forward button Home button Back button Screen tip

  14. Using the Address Bar • 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

  15. Protocols • 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

  16. Domain Names • 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

  17. IP Addresses • 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 •

  18. GRAPHIC showing: An address in the address bar 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.

  19. Using Hyperlinks SCREEN BEAN INTRODUCTION — TEXT: Hyperlinks: Let’s learn all about hyperlinks Let’s learn all about hyperlinks!

  20. Using Hyperlinks • 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

  21. GRAPHIC showing: Hyperlinks Hyperlinks Mouse Pointing to World Hyperlink Underlined text indicates hyperlink Navigation panes are hyperlinks

  22. GRAPHIC showing: Image hyperlinks and the Image toolbar Picture Hyperlinks Image Toolbar Picture Hyperlink Mouse Pointer

  23. GRAPHICshowing: The History button Using Internet Explorer History History toggle button Calendar icons History pane

  24. Setting History Options • 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

  25. Work with Favorites SCREEN BEAN INTRODUCTION — TEXT: Hyperlinks: Have you got a favorite Website? Have you got a favorite Website?

  26. Work with Favorites • 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

  27. Adding an Address to Favorites Click Favorites | Add to Favorites Saves the file to local computer Name of active Web site Existing folders Create a new folder

  28. GRAPHIC showing: Favorites list Displaying a Favorite Web Site Click Favorite Menu Click new item in list

  29. GRAPHIC showing: Favorites Pane Favorites Pane Favorites toggle button Add button Favorites Pane

  30. GRAPHIC showing: Organize Favorites dialog box Deleting an Address from Favorites 1. Display Organize Favorites 2. Select an item from the list 3. Delete the item

  31. Searching the Internet and Downloading Files SCREEN BEAN INTRODUCTION — TEXT: Hyperlinks: Google, Excite, Alta Vista, Many More Google Excite Alta Vista Many More

  32. Search the Internet • 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

  33. GRAPHIC showing: Search Window Searching the Internet Search Companion toggle button Search Companion pane Type in the search topic Change the options (figure, etc.) Search Companion figure

  34. Download Files • 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

  35. GRAPHIC showing: The Save Web Page dialog box. 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

  36. Print Web Pages 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!

  37. Print Web Pages • 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

  38. GRAPHCI showing: Print dialog box 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

  39. GRAPHIC showing: Print Options Printing Web Pages Options Tab Chose an option Click Print

  40. GRAPHIC showing: Exit options Two ways to Exit Internet Explorer Click File | Close on menu bar Click the Close button

  41. Summary 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

  42. Questions?