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how can i see sites that i tried to access in internet explore

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how can i see sites that i tried to access in internet explore
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Question by:gogoshar
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by:war1
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Hello gogoshar,

Open IE. Type in the site address in Address Bar, and you will see the website.  If this is not what you want, clarify your question.

Hope this helps!
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Christopher Martinez earned 500 total points
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If your using Internet Explorer 7,
Click on the Bright yellow star in the left hand corner and click on the tab History
In IE6
just hit 'ctrl' and 'h' and that will bring up a history bar.
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