Internet Explorer
Course Code: AD632


Become a skilled Internet user by learning the best techniques, sites and shortcuts using the Microsoft Internet Explorer.

Objectives
Course participants will learn how to:

  • Use Internet Explorer to browse the World Wide Web
  • Use Internet Explorer Help
  • Print World Wide Web pages
  • Use Search Engines
  • Customise the Active Desktop
  • View & Subscribe to a Channel
  • Send and Receive E-mail
  • Subscribe to a Newsgroup
  • Read and post messages to a Newsgroup
  • Download an FTP file
  • Set Web page Security

What you will learn
Topics covered by this course include:

Getting Started

  • The Internet & World Wide Web
  • Connecting to the Internet
  • URLs

Browsing the World Wide Web

  • Displaying a specific web page
  • Navigating the Web & Printing a Page
  • Setting a Home page

Searching the World Wide Web

  • Using the Internet Search services
  • Using the Search assistant
  • Using the Auto Search assistant
Adding Web items to the desktop
  • Placing a Web page shortcut on the desktop
  • Using, Viewing & Subscribing to Channels.
  • Using a Web page as your desktop wallpaper

E-mail and Internet Addresses

  • Internet computer addresses
  • E-mail Addresses
  • Starting Outlook Express and adding an entry to the Outlook Address book
  • Sending & Receiving E-mail

Newsgroups

  • Newsgroup Naming Conventions
  • Subscribing to a Newsgroup
  • Reading & Posting Newsgroup Messages

FTP

  • Downloading Files from an FTP Site

Security on the Internet

  • Protecting your Password/E-mail messages
  • Security Technologies with Internet Explorer

Working Offline

  • Making a Web page available for Offline viewing
  • Viewing Web pages Offline

Prerequisites
Basic computer skills are recommended for this course.

Dates and times
Courses are available either in the morning or the evening. Contact the relevant training centre for further details and enrolment information.

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