Add a shortcut to the Links barTo add an Internet shortcut to the Links bar, open the webpage that you want to create a link to, and then use the appropriate method for your version of Internet Explorer.
Internet Explorer 7To add a shortcut, use any of the following methods:
Internet Explorer 6.0 and earlier versionsTo add a shortcut, follow these steps:
Move, rename, or delete a shortcutTo move, rename, or delete an Internet shortcut on the Links bar, follow these steps:
- On the desktop, double-click My Computer.
- In the Favorites menu, click Organize Favorites.
- Double-click the Links folder to open it.
- Select the webpage link that you want to modify, and then click Move, Rename, or Delete
- After you complete the selected operation, click Close.
- Drag the shortcut from the Links bar to the Recycle Bin.
- Right-click the shortcut, and then click Delete.
Open webpages from outside Internet ExplorerYou can create Internet shortcuts that let you open webpages without having to first start Internet Explorer. These shortcuts automatically open a browser window. Use one or both of the following methods.
Add an Internet shortcut to the desktopInternet shortcuts are desktop icons that open websites instead of programs or files. They display the webpage icon for the linked site plus the Windows shortcut symbol (blue curved arrow).
To add an Internet shortcut to the desktop, follow these steps:To make Internet shortcuts easy to distinguish from other shortcuts, group them separately, or put them into their own folder. To put them into their own folder, follow these steps:Now, you can drag a webpage icon from the Address bar in Internet Explorer to the shortcut folder instead of to an empty desktop area. You can do this whether the shortcut folder is open or closed (just an icon).
Add a Links bar to the taskbarIf you are using Windows Desktop Update, you can add a Links bar to the taskbar. The Links bar lets you go to a website even if an Internet shortcut on the desktop is hidden behind an open window. Or, you can use just the Links bar to help reduce the clutter of icons on the desktop.
To add a Links bar to the taskbar, right-click the taskbar, point to Toolbars, and then click Links.
ID do Artigo: 171228 - Última Revisão: 08/11/2012 - Revisão: 1