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Internet Explorer 5.5 for Windows for Dummies
Synopses & Reviews
Covers Outlook Express, MSN Messenger, FrontPage Express, and more
Covers the hot new features of the latest IE version
Packed with hot tips for chatting online and accessing newsgroups Whether you're a veteran of cyberspace or trying this popular Web browser for the first time, you'll want this friendly guide along on your journey. You get pointers on installing and customizing Internet Explorer 5.5 with your favorite bookmarks and toolbars. Plus, you also get tips on using Internet Explorer's security features to ensure a safe trip!
Discover how to: Set up Outlook Express Chat online with MSN Messenger Navigate the Web using links and favorites Make sure your kids surf the Web safely Create your own Web pages with FrontPage Express
The Dummies Way(TM) Explanations in plain English "Get in, get out" information Icons and other navigational aids Tear-out cheat sheet Top ten lists A dash of humor and fun
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Whether you are new to this popular Microsoft Web browser or a longtime veteran who wants to take advantage of the latest features, this friendly guide has the answers. Hands-on tips make going online, getting around, customizing the browser, and sending and receiving e-mail a cinch!
About the Author
Doug Lowe has written numerous For Dummies(r) books on topics including networking, PowerPoint, client/server computing, and Microsoft Office, plus previous editions of Internet Explorer.
Table of Contents
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: Getting around the Web Quickly.
Chapter 6: Working Offline.
Chapter 7: Getting Help While You Explore.
PART III: Getting Connected with Outlook Express.
Chapter 8: E-mailing with Outlook Express.
Chapter 9: E-mail Shortcuts and Tricks.
Chapter 10: Using Outlook Express with Hotmail.
Chapter 11: The Instant Message Connection.
Chapter 12: Accessing Newsgroups with Outlook Express.
PART IV: Customizing Your Explorations.
Chapter 13: Doing It Your Way: Personalizing Internet Explorer.
Chapter 14: Using the Content Advisor to Make Sure That Your Kids Surf Safely.
Chapter 15: Lowering the Cone of Silence: Using Internet Explorer's Security Features.
Chapter 16: Creating a Login Script.
PART V: Grow Your Own Web Pages.
Chapter 17: So You Want Your Own Web Site.
Chapter 18: Creating Web Pages with FrontPage Express.
Chapter 19: Publishing Your Web Pages.
Chapter 20: Ain't Misbehavin' (Or, Creating and Using DHTML Behaviors).
Chapter 21: Still More New DHTML Features for Web Developers.
PART VI: The Part of Tens.
Chapter 22: Ten Tips for Using Internet Explorer Efficiently.
Chapter 23: Ten Things That Sometimes Go Wrong.
Chapter 24: Ten Safety Tips for Kids on the Net.
Appendix A: Glossary.
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