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Web Browser

A program that allows one to search, find and disseminate information over the Internet. Web browsers have become almost indispensable in business because of the sheer volume of information currently available.
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The relationship of websites, as demonstrated by the hyperlink structure of their connections, similarly impacted the evolution and success of online newspapers over time.
To create a hyperlink in the active cell using the hyperlink feature, click the following Ribbon icon:
With embedded hyperlink capture, financial service firms can:
The hyperlinker has no control over the content to which the hyperlink is connected.
Matthew Parker, Group Managing Director, StepStone Solutions said, "This is a great opportunity for Hyperlink and an added advantage for the users of HCM.
But digital briefs with hyperlinks should be burned onto a CD-ROM instead, because it is difficult to keep the hyperlinks intact when transmitting them over the Internet.
The use of logical bread crumbs with proper hyperlinks on the bread crumbs that take the user one or two steps back is a must for any call-center Web application to be effective.
However, blogging can decrease the occurrence of plagiarism in course work because students can hyperlink directly to source material rather than attempt to recreate it (Oravec, 2003).
Now court action has swiftly followed to ensure the hyperlink patent remains under BT's control.
BT'S insistence that it invented hyperlinks, the very structure of the web, has opened up a can of worms.
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