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Part 7. Using Office's Internet Tools > Task 2 How to Perform a Web Search - Pg. 575

Using Office's Internet Tools 575 Task 2 How to Perform a Web Search One of the most frustrating aspects of using the Web is searching for information. When following links doesn't take you to the information you're looking for, you need to use a search engine to help narrow your search. Search engines are specially designed to frequently catalog and index World Wide Web pages. When you enter a keyword or phrase, the search engine looks through its catalog and returns a list of related matches. Internet Explorer's Search button accesses several of the most popular search engines available. The default search engine varies each time you use Internet Explorer, but you can perform comparable searches by using each search engine. The following examples were created using MSN Search. Other search engines work in a similar fashion and provide many of the same features; however, because each search engine has its own design, the specifics might vary somewhat. 1. Click the Search Button Connect to the Internet and start Internet Explorer. From the Internet Explorer window, click the Search button on the toolbar.