Changing the Internet Communications Protocol
The Internet uses certain communications protocols to share information.
When you click a selected website (to access the web page), information is
sent (downloaded) to your computer through a communications protocol,
TCP/IP (Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) and Internet Protocol (IP).
You may need to change your computer's settings for the TCP/IP .
FOR MORE INFORMATION:
TCP/IP, see the documentation that came from your Internet Service
Provider. Also, see Windows Help and Support for a better
understanding of working with Internet settings: click Start
Printing a Web Page
Many websites provide a printer-friendly version of the pages to be printed. If
this is not available:
1 Click File.
2 Click Print Preview to view and verify what will be printed. Often the
format of the page you are currently viewing is not what is printed.
Other features are available from the Print Preview screen:
Click the first drop-down menu to allow multiple pages to be displayed
Click the second drop-down menu to move from frame to frame. Since
many windows are divided into separate sections (frames), sometimes the
section that prints is located in a separate frame from the rest of the
Click the third drop-down menu to zoom in or out of a specified page.
To learn more about the settings for your
→ Help and Support.
Accessing the Internet