Internet Explorer 6 For Dummies covers the essentials new PC or IE users need to know about hooking up to the Internet for Web browsing, e-mail, and other tasks. This guide includes coverage of getting on the Internet, Web browsing with IE, e-mail with Outlook Express, customizing IE, and creating Web pages. Most important, it covers the enhanced features of the new version including the updated Interface.
Hungry Minds Inc,U.S.
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Series: For Dummies S.
15 September 2001
Introduction. PART I: Preparing for an Internet Exploration. Chapter 1: Welcome to the Internet. Chapter 2: Getting Connected with Internet Explorer. PART II: Embarking on a World Wide Web Adventure. Chapter 3: Pushing Off. Chapter 4: Searching the Web. Chapter 5: Using Internet Explorer Features to Get Around the Web Quickly. Chapter 6: Download This! Chapter 7: The Media Is the Message. Chapter 8: Working Offline. Chapter 9: Getting Help While You Explore. PART III: Getting Connected with Outlook Express. Chapter 10: E-Mailing with Outlook Express. Chapter 11: More E-Mail Shortcuts and Tricks. Chapter 12: Hotmail: E-Mail for Free! Chapter 13: The Instant Message Connection. Chapter 14: Accessing Newsgroups with Outlook Express. PART IV: Customizing Your Explorations. Chapter 15: Doing It Your Way: Personalizing Internet Explorer. Chapter 16: Using the Content Advisor to Make Sure That Your Kids Surf Safely. Chapter 17: Lowering the Cone of Silence: Using the Internet Explorer Security Features. Chapter 18: Creating a Login Script. Chapter 19: Creating Your Own Web Site. PART V: The Part of Tens. Chapter 20: Ten Tips for Using Internet Explorer Efficiently. Chapter 21: Ten Things That Sometimes Go Wrong. Chapter 22: Ten Safety Tips for Kids on the Net. Glossary. Index. Book Registration Information.
Doug Lowe's previous books on Internet Explorer have more than 250,000 copies in print. He is also the author of For Dummies guides to networking and PowerPoint 2002.
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