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Netscape Communicator Internet Explorer
Finding Information on the Web
Viewing a Page
When you start Netscape Communicator, you normally see Navigator, your browser. The page that appears automatically is your "home page." Unless you choose a home page yourself, your home page is chosen by your network or Internet service provider, or you see Netscape's home page, Netcenter.

If you're viewing your home page for the first time, explore it. If clicking something takes you to a different page, click Back to retrace your steps.

Some pages are divided into rectangular areas called frames. Each frame can display other pages.

To refresh the current page, or get the most up-to-date version: Click Reload.
To view more than one page at a time:

From the File menu, choose New, then Navigator Window. 

At first the new window displays a copy of your home page, but you can use it to view a different page.

Finding Information on the Web
Learning how to browse the Web faster and easier. If you learn just a few basic things about browsing the Web, such as how to use the buttons on the Internet Explorer toolbar, you'll find that browsing the Web is easier and faster. 

To start browsing the Web, click any link on your home page, which is the page that appears when you start Internet Explorer. You can see whether an item on a page is a link by moving the mouse pointer over the item. If the pointer changes to a hand, the item is a link. A link can be a picture, a 3-D image, or colored text (usually underlined). 

Now you're ready to find a Web site on your own. 

To open a Web page or folder, or to run a program 

To go to a Web page, type the Internet address—for example, www.microsoft.com—in the Address bar, and then click the Go button. 
To run a program from the Address bar, type the program name, and then click the Go button. 
If you know the complete path and file name, you can type them—for example: C:\MSOffice\Winword\Winword.exe.

Netscape (cont.)

Moving to Another Page

You move to a new page by typing its URL--its location (address) on the Web.

1.On Windows and Unix, open the File menu and choose Open Page. Then click the Navigator button. 
On Mac OS, open the File menu and choose Open, then Location in Navigator.
2.Type the new URL, then click Open. 
Shortcut: Click the Location (or Netsite) field, type the URL, and press Enter. 

Don't know a URL? You can type part of a URL, such as "apple" (for www.apple.com); or type a general word, such as "gifts" or "flowers." Navigator guesses what page you want to view, or displays a page with a choice of links related to the word you typed.

To move by clicking a link:

1.Move the pointer until it changes to a pointing finger. This happens whenever the pointer is over a link. 
2.Click the link once. While the network locates the page the link points to, status messages appear at the bottom of the window. 
To move to related pages:
Click "What's Related" and choose from the list. 
If you change your mind and don't want to view a page, click Stop.

Searching Within a Page
To find text within the page you are currently viewing: 
1.From the Edit menu, choose Find in Page. If the page you are viewing contains frames, you may need to click within a frame first. 
2.Type the text you want to find. 
3.Select the "Match case" checkbox (Case Sensitive on Mac OS and Unix) if capital letters should be matched. 
4.On Windows, select Up or Down to search from the beginning or end of the page. If there is a current selection, the search begins at the selection and does not wrap around to the beginning of the page. On Mac OS and Unix, click Find Backwards to start the search from the end of the page. 
5.Click Find Next (Find on Mac OS) to begin the search. 
To find the same word or phrase again:

Click Find Next again (Windows only), or open the Edit menu and choose Find Again. 
Internet Explorer (cont.)

To browse through folders from the Address bar, type the drive and folder name, and then click the Go button—for example: 

C: or C:\My Documents 
To link to Web pages you recently visited 

To return to the last page you viewed, click the Back button. 
To view a page you viewed before clicking the Back button, click the Forward button. 
To see a list of the last few pages you visited, click the small down arrow beside the Back or Forward button. 

To link to a specific Web page 

To return to the page that appears each time you start Internet Explorer, click the Home button. 
To select a Web page from your list of favorites, click the Favorites button. 
To select a Web page from the list of those you visited recently, click the History button. The History list also displays previously viewed files and folders on your computer. 

Finding the information you want on the Internet
You can find information on the Web in a variety of ways: 

Click the Search button on the toolbar to gain access to a number of search providers. Type a word or phrase in the Search box. Type go, find, or ? followed by a word or phrase in the Address bar. Internet Explorer starts a search using its predetermined search provider. 
After you go to a Web page, you can search for specific text on that page by clicking the Edit menu, and then clicking Find (on this page). 

If a Web address doesn't work, Internet Explorer asks if you want to search for similar Web addresses. You can change this setting so that Internet Explorer searches automatically without prompting. For more information, click Related Topics below. 

For more information see the "Netscape Communicator Help File"
 For more information see the "Internet Explorer Help File"
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