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This is a very simple trick which requires no skill and no brain. If you work a lot with Microsoft Outlook because you send tons of e-mails, you might want to surf the Internet without leaving your current Outlook window. Here is how to do it.

  1. Open Microsoft Outlook.
  2. Click View in the Toolbar.
  3. Click Web in the menu.

At this point a Web Address should appear on the screen. Just drag it wherever you want in the toolbar area. Now, enter any Web Address in the bar and you are done!

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2 Comments to “How to surf the Internet from Microsoft Outlook”

  1. Tina Says:

    I have Outlook 2010. The screenshot and instructions above regarding surfing the internet from within Outlook does not help me.

    I have Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2010 and my screen is different – I do not have the “Tools” tab. Is there no other way to surf the internet from within Outlook 2010 without having to view my email in a browser? Please help!

  2. Sunshine Says:

    A lot of companies are beginning to trace every move employees make inside the internet on their computers. There is an urban legend that if you use Outlook and surf the web entirely through Outlook that it is harder to be traced.

    Is this true?

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