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Internet Explorer 10 Introduction Quick Reference (Win 8)

Laminated quick reference card showing step-by-step instructions and shortcuts for how to use Internet Explorer 10 running on Windows 8 and Windows RT. See topics below.

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Price: $3.60

Volume Price

1 – 49$3.60
50 – 99$2.90
100 – 499$2.40
500 – 999$2.25
1000 +$2.00
1 – 49$3.60
50 – 99$2.90
100 – 499$2.40
500 – 999$2.25
1000 +$2.00

ISBN # : 978-1-936220-71-7

Note: Quantity discounts are by title.

The following topics are covered:

Windows Store App and Desktop App
Understanding Internet Addresses
Entering a Website Address
Monitoring Activity (Includes Interrupting Loading and Reloading a Page)
Going Back and Forward
Going to Your Home Page
Setting Browser Home Pages
Zooming In/Out
Using the Information Bar
Downloading Files
Searching for a Site
Changing the Default Search Provider
Adding a Search Provider
Opening Multiple Pages at a Time
Saving Favorite Sites for Future Visits
Visiting Favorite Sites
Finding Words on a Page
Printing a Web Page
Pinning Websites to the Start Screen
Pinning Websites to the Taskbar
Using Jump Lists
Unpinning a Web Site
Dealing with an Unsafe Site
InPrivate Browsing.

Windows Store App Only:
Opening the Command Bar
Using Flip Ahead
Visiting Pinned, Frequent, and Favorite Sites.

Desktop Only:
Show/Hide the Menu Bar
Show/Hide Favorites, Command, and Status Bars
Show/Hide Favorites, Feeds, History
Using the Favorites Bar
Visiting Previously Viewed Pages
Organizing Favorites
Using Web Accelerators

Includes a list of keyboard shortcuts.

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