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How do I specify my default web browser in OS X?

Posted on 2002-06-04
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How do I specify my default web browser in OS X?
I installed Opera (set it as default when it asked me) and then removed it. However, OS X now selects AOL's browser when I click to a web page in an Excel doc.
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Go to your System Preferences, select the Internet section and click on the Web tab. Default Web Browser is a pulldown menu.
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