Computer application II (use of packages) windows, msword, powerpoint, excel and internet table of content chapter One



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Notice that the mouse pointer changes to a hand when it is moved on a hyperlink. You can click on a text hyperlink or image hyperlink to display the linked URLs
Displaying and Hiding Toolbars

    • To display a toolbar, click View on the menu bar. Select the Toolbars command and then, the toolbar name, such as Standards Buttons and Address Bar, to display the toolbar

    • To display the Web page in a new window, select the File à New à Window command to open a new window

    • To stop a Web page from loading, click View on the menu bar. Select the Stop command

    • To refresh the contents of a Web page, click View on the menu bar. Select the Refresh command to refresh the contents of the Web page

    • To view the visited URLs, click the drop-down button of the Address bar

    • You can click on the Forward button to go back to the site you were viewing before using the Back button

Displaying Web Pages in a New Window

To display the Web page in a new window, select File à New à Window command to open a new window. You can also open a new window by right-clicking a link and selecting the Open in New Window option from the shortcut menu.


Stopping Web Pages from Loading

Refreshing Web Pages

    • There are Web pages on the Internet that are dynamic and the data displayed on the site might be changing after a specific time period

    • To view latest data you will need to fetch the latest copy of the Web page

    • Refreshing a Web page means that you can get a new copy of the current page from the server.

    • To refresh the contents of a Web page, click View on the menu bar. Select the Refresh command to refresh the contents of the Web page.

    • You can also press the F5 key to refresh the contents of a Web page

Displaying Visited URLs Using the Browser Address Bar

Navigating Previously Visited Web Pages

    • You can view the recently visited Web pages using the Back button on the toolbar

    • The Forward button is enabled only if you have used the Back button

    • You can click on the Forward button to go back to the site you were viewing before using the Back button





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