Web slices in Internet Explorer® 8 in Windows® 7
Web slices keep an eye on distinctive information that is continuously being updated so that you don't have to continuously revisit the site that has the changing information in order to be up-to-date on it. The main use for Web slices is the items that you dialect on; you can keep your eye on the dialects that come as the auction deadline nears in Internet Explorer 8 by adding the distinctive items that you are interested in winning as a Web slice.
The Windows 7 Internet Explorer 8 Â adds a button in the Add a Web Slice dialog box for the vintage lamp at the start of the Favorites bar after clicking the Add to Favorites Bar button. You can remove the button from the Favorites bar by right-clicking it and then selecting Delete from the shortcut menu after the auction has ended and you have won the lamp.
Zooming in on a page
If the text on the Web page which you are visiting is very small for you to read and is uncomfortable for you on your screen then you can click the 100% button on the Status bar which is at the bottom-right corner of the Windows 7 Internet Explorer 8 window. This will zoom in on the page. If you will click once then it will zoom up to 125% magnification, and a second click will zoom up to a 150% magnification. If you will click this button the third time, then Internet Explorer 8 brings you to 100%. Note that, you can also zoom in by using the keyboard and pressing the ‘Ctrl’ key and the plus key ‘+’.
You can choose the percentage from the Zoom drop-down menu which is to the immediate left of Safety on the toolbar. The Zoom menu percentage selections has 50%, 75%, 100%, 125%, 150%, 200%, 400% and Custom zoom options. You can also use zoom by clicking the Change Zoom Level button, which is the drop-down button to the immediate right of the 100% button and then you need to click the percentage item from its pop-up menu.
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