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Tabbed browsing is a feature that optionally enables users to open new Web pages within the frame of a single browser window, and access each individual page via a series of visible tabs. This feature has been available in Web browsers for years, and while Internet Explorer was the last major browser to add the feature, Microsoft has really embraced this functionality. Now, IE 8 has some of the best tabbed browsing features around. If you haven t had the opportunity to use tabbed browsing, chances are good you ll appre ciate the feature, especially if you tend to open a lot of Web documents in different windows. Because you can now optionally open new Web documents in a tab contained within a single browser window, you have fewer windows to manage and less clutter on your desktop. Here s how tabbed browsing works. By default, Internet Explorer opens with a single docu ment loaded, as before; but now, each document Internet Explorer displays is contained within a tab. The top of the tab the part that looks like an actual tabbed file folder is found near the top of the browser window, below the Favorites Bar. If you choose to never deal with tabs per se, Internet Explorer essentially acts as it did before; you will merely see that single tab near the top of the window. The beauty of tabbed browsing, however, is that you can open multiple tabs, which are essentially child windows of the main browser window. To open a new tab, click the New Tab button, which is the gray square shaped object to the right of the rightmost tab, as shown in Figure 20 18. When you mouse over this little tab, an icon appears, indicating what will happen if you click it.
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The Hole Wizard enables you to place holes for many types of screws with normal, loose, or tight fits. You can create Hole Wizard holes as assembly features in an assembly or as features in individual parts that are built in the context of an assembly using the Series Hole functionality. This tool is called a wizard because it guides you through the process step by step. The process of creating a Hole Wizard hole can be summarized as follows: n Pre-select the face to put the holes on, although this is not required. This turns out to be an important issue that is related to the type of placement sketch, and I revisit this subject later. n Select the type of hole, for example, counterbored, countersunk, drilled hole, tapped hole, pipe tap, or legacy. n Set the standard to be used, such as ANSI inch, ANSI metric, or ISO. n Select the type of screw. For example, a counterbored hole can accommodate a socket head cap screw or a hex head screw, among others.
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