[infoshare] Re: links to access websites

Dear  Lynn,  Yeah! I realize that, but lynne, can't I cut the link from
the e-mail message, and past  it in the web-browser?  In other words,
the l ink acts as the web-site addresss. N o?  I mean, I can do the AFB
website, for Access-world, and I can do google searches.  I searched for
Handytech's website and got it.  The link is the web-site address,
right? Thankyou and stay in touch. Give my best to maria, and the entire
Info-share family.  Love,  Lucia 

 

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From: infoshare-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
[mailto:infoshare-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Lynnette
Sent: Thursday, September 11, 2008 11:45 AM
To: infoshare@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [infoshare] Re: links to access websites

 

Hi, Lucia.

If you would like to open a website, open your browser, press Control-O,
type in the website address and press Enter.

 

Lynne

Information is Power

        From: Marett, Lucia (ACS) <mailto:Lucia.Marett@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>


        To: infoshare@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 

        Sent: Thursday, September 11, 2008 11:25 AM

        Subject: [infoshare] links to access websites

         

        Dear Info-share friends,   I would like advice on e-mailing
links, I am cutting and pasting them and sending them. But, how would I
enter the link or send

        it to a website, if I wish to access that website?  The link is
the web-address, am I right? I am still intermediate, and would like to
be more proficient

        with the web. I am deterred by the graphics.  I love the
Info-share family, information is power, as Super-Lynne says. Stay in
touch.  Best regards,  LUcia

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