Browser Basics:
Web 1-4  History

Title: Jan's Illustrated Computer Literacy 101
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Another way to return at a later date is to use the History list. Do this exercise after you have surfed for awhile.

If you need to refresh your memory about how to use History, go back to Navigating: History.

Where you are:
JegsWorks > Lessons > Web

Before you start...

Project 1: Browser Basics     ConnectingTo subtopics
    IE InterfaceTo subtopics
    NavigatingTo subtopics
    PrintingTo subtopics
    SavingTo subtopics 
    SearchingTo subtopics 
    Exercises To subtopics
    ExerciseEx. 1 Hunt I
    ExerciseEx. 2 Hunt II
    ExerciseEx. 3 Favorites
    ExerciseEx. 4 History
    ExerciseEx. 5 Search 

Project 2: HTML BasicsTo subtopics


Exercise Web 1-4:  History

Purpose: to practice using History to return to pages

What you will do:

surf some more!
use the browser History

Start with: IE Open Class disk

  1. Visit: Wander around a number of sites and a number of pages on each site.
  2. Display pane: Show the History list in the left pane of the browser.
  3. Today: Open the folder for Today to show the sites visited today.
  4. Return: Pick a page you already saw from the History list and return to it by clicking the History shortcut. Do this with several pages.
  5. Site: Select a site and open its folder to show all the pages you saw at this site.
  6. Capture image: Click the Print Screen key on your keyboard to capture an image of your computer screen. Open the program Paint. Maximize Paint. Paste the image you captured into Paint. Check Print Preview. If your expanded site list does not show, select Undo. Increase the size of the white area by dragging the handles. Paste again. Be sure the word Today shows also.
  7. Print icon  Print