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Depending on which browser you're using, the steps to set a homepage might be a little different. Here's how you can do it: Internet Explorer:
Open Internet Explorer.
Go to the webpage you want to set as your home page.
Click the Tools button, and then click Internet options.
Under the General tab, do one of the following:
To set the page you're on as your home page, click Use current.
To set a blank home page, click Use blank.
To reset the home page to its default, click Use default.
1.Open the website you want to set as your home page.
2.Click the icon to the left of the web address, drag it to the Home button, and release.
3.Click Yes to set this as your home page.
1.Click the Chrome menu on the browser toolbar.
3.Add the home button to the browser toolbar
4.Homepage button is off by default.
5.On the Settings page, select the "Show Home button" checkbox in the "Appearance" section.
6.Set your homepage
7.When the "Show Home button" checkbox is selected, a web address appears below it. If you want the Homepage button to open up a different webpage, click Change to enter a link. You can also choose the New Tab page as your homepage.
CTRL + A
Select all text on a webpage
CTRL + B
Open the Bookmarks sidebar
CTRL + C
Copy the selected text to the Windows clipboard
CTRL + D
Bookmark the current webpage
CTRL + F
Find text within the current webpage
CTRL + G
Find more text within the same webpage
CTRL + H
Opens the webpage History sidebar
CTRL + I
Open the Bookmarks sidebar
CTRL + J
Opens the Download Dialogue Box
CTRL + K
Places the cursor in the Web Search box ready to type your search
CTRL + L
Places the cursor into the URL box ready to type a website address
CTRL + M
Opens your mail program (if you have one) to create a new email message
CTRL + N
Opens a new Firefox window
CTRL + O
Open a local file
CTRL + P
Print the current webpage
CTRL + R
Reloads the current webpage
CTRL + S
Save the current webpage on your PC
CTRL + T
Opens a new Firefox Tab
CTRL + U
View the page source of the current webpage
CTRL + V
Paste the contents of the Windows clipboard
CTRL + W
Closes the current Firefox Tab or Window (if more than one tab is open)
CTRL + X
Cut the selected text
CTRL + Z
Undo the last action
With the introduction of Microsoft Internet Explorer 7 all major browsers now support tabbed browsing. Below are various tips to improve your browsing using tabs.
1. Clicking on any link with your middle mouse button or wheel will open that link in a new tab. Alternatively you can hold down your CTRL key in IE and Firefox and click a link to open that link in a new tab. 2. Clicking on an open tab with your middle mouse button will close that tab. 3. Mozilla Firefox users can middle-click the back button to open a previous page in a new tab. 4. Pressing CTRL + T will open a new tab in IE, Firefox, and Opera. 5. Pressing CTRL + Shift + T will undo the closed tab. Alternatively right clicking on a portion of the tab bar will also display this option. 6. Firefox and IE users can hold down CTRL and press 1 through 0 on their keyboard to open that respected tab. 7. Right-clicking the active tab will give you an option to close all other non-active tabs.
Do your doc open correctly if you open Word first (open Word first, select FILE - OPEN and then the file, the DOC file opens)?
You can also open your word doc with IE or Firefox:
Launch IE, then at the File Menu, choose "Open" and browse to the Word File. You can also try Firefox the same way (or right click the doc and choose open with and find IE)
make sure your text wasn't accidently changed to white-then it would look like a blank page, see if you can highlight the text.
The files may have been saved as Macro enabled docs. Right click on one of the documents, click Save As. Choose Save As a normal doc. The next time you open it, it should open correctly.
Open a web browser such as WindowsInternetExplorer by clicking the "Start" button in the lower left-hand corner and double-clicking "Internet Explorer" in the program list.
Display the webpage to be copied, then click the "Edit" tab at the top of the InternetExplorer screen.
Click "Select All" to highlight
the entire contents of the webpage, then click the right-hand mouse
button and select "Copy" from the drop-down menu. This copies the entire
webpage to a temporary memory clipboard.
Open a blank Word document by
clicking the "Start" button, choosing "All Programs," clicking
"Microsoft Office" and double-clicking "Microsoft Word."
Click the "Edit" tab at the top of the Word screen and choose "Paste Special."
Select which paste option best
suits your needs. For example, the "HTML Format" option will paste the
copied webpage with all hyperlinks, images and text formatting intact.
"Unformatted Text" option will paste only the text from a webpage
without any of the original columns, section dividers or other formats.
Click "OK" to copy the webpage into the Word template