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Internet Explorer 5 for Macintosh: Visual QuickStart Guide

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Microsoft Internet Explorer 5 for Macintosh is faster, easier to use, and more stable than previous versions of this popular Web browser. New features and subtle enhancements make IE 5 a compelling upgrade for Web enthusiasts, administrators, and developers alike. In addition to the new Auction manager, which permits users to track various online auctions, IE 5 includes an improved Search function, new Internet Scrapbook, Multimedia capabilities, and integration of Web-based ...
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Overview

Microsoft Internet Explorer 5 for Macintosh is faster, easier to use, and more stable than previous versions of this popular Web browser. New features and subtle enhancements make IE 5 a compelling upgrade for Web enthusiasts, administrators, and developers alike. In addition to the new Auction manager, which permits users to track various online auctions, IE 5 includes an improved Search function, new Internet Scrapbook, Multimedia capabilities, and integration of Web-based email into Outlook Express.

Internet Explorer 5 for Macintosh: Visual QuickStart Guide is loaded with screen shots and concise instructions for getting the most out of this powerful tool for exploring the Web. Novices, savvy Web surfers, and professionals can find useful information on browser basics, customization, and all the new features of IE 5. The book also offers a detailed exploration of Outlook Express, the free email client that comes with IE 5. Coverage includes managing incoming and outgoing mail, setting up for multiple users, and getting the most out of newsgroups.

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Gets users up and running with step-by-step instructions, detailed coverage of program features, and b&w screenshots on every page. Reviews browser basics, then covers searching and navigating the Web, working with multimedia, Outlook Express, Explorer and mail preferences, newsgroups, and working offline. Includes a glossary and keystroke references. The author writes for and . Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780201354874
  • Publisher: Pearson Education
  • Publication date: 5/25/2000
  • Series: Visual QuickStart Guide Series
  • Pages: 320
  • Product dimensions: 7.05 (w) x 9.02 (h) x 0.65 (d)

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Browser Basics 1
About Browsing 2
Launching the Browser 3
The Browser Window 5
The Button Bar 7
Using the Address Bar 14
Using the Favorites Bar 15
Customizing the Display 16
Getting Help 19
Chapter 2 Navigating the Web 21
Entering a Web Page Address 22
Clicking Links 24
Using the Page Holder 26
Revisting a Web Page 28
Chapter 3 Working with Favorites 33
Adding Favorites 35
Organizing Favorites 37
Organizing Favorites Bar Buttons 40
Creating a Web Page Shortcut 41
Importing and Exporting Favorites 42
Chapter 4 Searching the Web 45
Searching with the Search Assistant 46
Customizing the Search Assistant 48
More Search Methods 49
Using a Search Engine 51
Tips for Productive Searches 52
Searching for Text within a Web Page 53
Chapter 5 Offline Browsing and Web Subscriptions 55
Going Offline and Online 56
Opening Saved Web Pages 57
Viewing Pages in the History Folder 58
Subscribing to Favorites 59
Chapter 6 Working with Files 65
Setting Download Preferences 66
Downloading Files 68
Saving Web Pages 69
Saving Page Elements 72
Storing Items in the Internet Scrapbook 74
Opening Files on Your Hard Disk 76
Using FTP Sites 77
Chapter 7 Working with Multimedia 79
Configuring the QuickTime Plug-in 81
Playing Multimedia Files 83
Saving Multimedia Files 86
Chapter 8 Auction Manager 89
Tracking Auctions 90
Managing Auctions 93
After the Auction Ends 95
Chapter 9 Internet Explorer Preferences 97
Setting Preferences 99
Web Browser Preferences 100
Forms AutoFill Preferences 115
Receiving Files Preferences 116
Network Preferences 120
Email Preferences 122
Chapter 10 Setting Up Outlook Express 123
Installing Outlook Express 124
Setting Up OE5 126
Recording Your Email Accounts 128
Chapter 11 Introducing Outlook Express 135
Outlook Express Features 137
The Outlook Express Window 138
Online and Offline 142
Configuring OE5 for Multiple Users 144
Getting Help 147
Chapter 12 Using the Address Book 149
Opening the Address Book 150
Setting Display Options 151
Creating and Editing Contacts 152
Creating Groups 156
Modifying a Group 157
Importing and Exporting Information 160
Synchronizing with a Palm Organizer 162
Chapter 13 Composing and Sending Email 165
Composing Email 167
The Message Header 170
Writing a Message 173
Formatting a Message 175
Adding Attachments 180
Other Message Options 182
Sending Messages 184
Chapter 14 Receiving Email 187
Checking for New Mail 188
Reading Messages 191
Marking Messages as Read or Unread 193
Working with Attachments 194
Finding Messages and Text 197
Managing the Mail 200
Creating Schedules 208
Chapter 15 Setting Mail Preferences 211
General Preferences 213
Read Preferences 215
Compose Preferences 217
Display Preferences 221
Spelling Preferences 223
Proxies Preferences 225
Notification Preferences 226
Chapter 16 Newsgroup Essentials 229
About Newsgroups 230
About News Servers 231
About Outlook Express 232
Chapter 17 Reading and Managing Articles 233
Adding a News Server 234
Subscribing to Newsgroups 237
Reading Articles 239
Article Selection Tips 241
Article Attachments 244
Managing Articles 245
Chapter 18 Posting to Newsgroups 249
Composing and Posting Articles 250
Addressing the Article 255
Chapter 19 Working Offline 257
Reading News Offline 258
Composing and Posting Messages Offline 260
Chapter 20 Setting News Preferences 261
Compose Preferences 262
Display Preferences 264
Server-Specific Preferences 265
Chapter 21 Customizing Outlook Express 267
Customizing the Display 268
Working with Folders 271
Automating Email and Article Handling 274
Adding Commands with AppleScript 279
Appendix A Glossary 281
Appendix B IE5 Keystroke Reference 287
Appendix C Email Keystroke Reference 291
Appendix D News Keystroke Reference 297
Index 301
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