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The Internet Explorer PowerToys enhance your use of Internet Explorer. These tools can be obtained from the following Microsoft Web site:
http://www.microsoft.com/ie/ie40/powertoys/The following tools are added to Internet Explorer when you install the PowerToys.
Image TogglerUsing Image Toggler you can enable or disable displaying images in Internet Explorer. To toggle images off or on, click Toggle Images on the Links Bar.
Links ListUsing Links List you can view all the links on a Web page. To view all the links on a Web page, right-click the Web page, and then click Link Lists. When you click Link Lists, a new window opens that lists every link on the page.
Open Frame in New WindowUsing Open Frame In New Window you can view a Web page designed to use frames as a non-frame Web page. To view a Web page without frames, right- click the Web page, and then click Open Frame In New Window.
Quick SearchUsing Quick Search you can access search engines using search engine abbreviations. The following is a list of the default Quick Search abbreviations.
For example, to search the AltaVista search engine on the word "ActiveX," type "av ActiveX" (without quotation marks) in the address bar in Internet Explorer.
Abbreviation Search Engine ----------------------------- av AltaVista ex Excite hb HotBot is InfoSeek isu InfoSeek Ultra ly Lycos mc MetaCrawler mg Magellan ot OpenText wc WebCrawler y Yahoo!
Text HighlighterUsing Text Highlighter you can highlight text in a document. To highlight text in a document in Internet Explorer, right-click the selected text, and then click Hightlight.
Web SearchUsing Web Search you can search the Internet for additional Web pages that contain selected words from a Web page. To start a Web search, drag the mouse pointer to select the text for which you want to search, right-click the selected text, and then click Web Search.
Zoom In/Zoom OutUsing Zoom In/Zoom Out you can zoom in and out of any image on a Web page. To zoom in or zoom out of an image in Internet Explorer, right-click the image, and then click Zoom In or Zoom Out.
Article ID: 177725 - Last Review: June 5, 2007 - Revision: 4.3