Navigating in Lotus Notes
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|The Welcome page is your starting point to access your Mail, Calendar, Address Book and To Do List. You can also go to your favorite Web sites and newsgroups from here, or conduct a search for a Lotus Notes database. The Welcome page can also be customized.|
|The Menu bar includes File, Edit, View, Create, Actions, Text or Help to access commands within the Menu Bar. Six buttons on the right of the Menu Bar can be used to Go Back (to a previous page), Go Forward (to the next visited page), Stop (loading a page), Refresh (a page), Search (for a page), and Open URL.|
|Located below the Menu Bar, a Task Button is automatically created for every opened Lotus Notes window.|
|Located on the left side of the Welcome page, Bookmark Buttons are available in any Lotus Notes window. They serve as shortcuts to: Mail, Calendar, Address Book, To Do, Replicator, Favorite Bookmarks, Databases, More Bookmarks, Internet Explorer Links, and Netscape Links. Other Bookmark Buttons can be created and customized.|
|Click on the Mail, Calendar, Address Book and To Do List hotspots to open any of these databases. You can also click on other hotspots to take a tour of Lotus Notes; to see what's new in R5 (Release 5); visit a web site, or customize the Welcome page style. Hovering your mouse over a Hotspot changes the mouse pointer into a hand pointer.|