- To move Down the page, press the "down arrow" key on the keyboard...
- To move Up the page, press the "up arrow" key on the keyboard...
- To get started learning, just place your mouse arrow over any title of blue words below, then "Click" the LEFT Mouse Button on top of it...
... ( You may need to "Click" the LEFT Mouse Button TWICE, Quickly! ).
- Clicking on a blue title is called "following a LINK", and it will take you through the Internet to another computer, where that file (or "page") resides. Once you have finished looking at that webpage, you may choose to come back to where you were before.
To GET BACK to where you were before, do a Mouse-Click on the "Back Button" (or "Back Arrow" navigation button), which is located in the upper-left corner at the very top of your Computer screen.
(Note: This is NOT the "Backspace" or "Back Arrow Key" on the computer keyboard - it is an icon or small picture of a back or left-pointing arrow).
You may even keep backing up one page at-a-time, to return to the previous pages you were visiting earlier.
A Mouse Basics Course - Getting Around
Advanced Mouse Skills
Bare Bones 101 - BASIC TUTORIAL ON SEARCHING THE WEB
Browsing for Beginners - refdesk.com
Child Safety on the Information Highway
Children on the Internet - What Are The Risks?
Dr. Seuss on Computers (Just for Fun)
ELECTRONIC LIBRARY CLASSROOM 101 - a Class on the 'Net
Free Computer and Internet Tutorials - ShortGuides.com
How to Use a Mouse - Mouserobics!
Internet and Computers - Learn about Computers and the Internet
Internet Beginners Guides - Yahoo!
Internet Job Searching Tips
Internet Tips and Tricks - from the Wizard of Jobs.net
Learn the 'Net Tutorials
Librarian's Index to the Internet
Netiquette - Internet Etiquette and Online Manners
Opening an Application (a Computer Program)
Search Engine Tutorials
The Net - User Guidelines and Netiquette
The World Wide Wait - Finding your Way through the Muck
Using the Internet in Your Job Search
Using the Scroll Bar
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