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An introduction to the popular World Wide Web browser, Internet Explorer 7, this text is designed for a unit of study in an introductory computer concepts course or an applications course, or alone in a one unit course. Benefits:
• Offers three chapters and two appendices that give a brief presentation of Internet Explorer 7, including tabbed browsing, subscribing to and viewing RSS feeds, working with and attaching files to email, and the Instant Search Box.
• NEW! Gives students the information they need to know, when they need to know it through enhancements to the step-by-step instructions, a new Q&A feature, and improved callouts on screenshots.
• Teaches students the fundamentals of Web-based research including how to find, assess the value of, and cite Web page resources.
• Presents concepts in a streamlined design and easy to follow steps and screen shots.
• Provides extensive end-of-project exercises, including the unique Cases and Places case studies that require critical thinking to reinforce concepts and skills.
1. Introduction to Windows Internet Explorer 2. Web Research Techniques and Search Engines 3. Communicating Over the Internet Appendices A: Internet Options B: Signing up for a Free Web-Based E-Mail Account