Start your day with the jokes
by setting the home page
of your Internet browser to

If you're new to computers, you may not know that you can select the web site that comes up first when you open your browser.

Consult the help file of your Internet browser for instructions on how to set the home page, or try the instructions below.

In Netscape Navigator 4.0, click the 'Edit' menu and choose 'Preferences.'  Choose 'Navigator,' and under 'Navigator Starts With,' select 'Home Page.'  Then type in:  Secret tip.  Click 'OK.'

In Netscape Navigator 2.0 or 3.0, click the 'Options' menu and select 'General Preferences.'  Click the 'Appearance' tab and look for 'Startup.'  Check 'Home Page Location' and type in  Secret tip.  Click 'OK.'  In Netscape 2.0, go to the options menu and choose 'Save Options.'

In Internet Explorer 4.0 and 5.0, click the 'View' menu and then click 'Internet Options.'  Click on the tab marked 'General.'  Look for the box that's marked 'Home Page.'  Type in  Secret tip.  Click 'OK.'

In Internet Explorer 3.0, click the 'View' menu and click 'Options.'  Click on 'Navigation' or 'Start and Search Pages.'  Under 'Home Page' you'll see a box marked 'Address.'  Type in  Secret tip.  Click 'OK.'  

In America Online, click the 'Members' menu, then click 'Preferences.'  Click the 'WWW' button.  Click on the 'Home Page' box at the bottom.  Type in  Secret tip.  Click 'OK.'

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