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To navigate with a browser, you need to know the following simple commands. They can be executed from either the Navigate menu or from the control panel at the bottom of the viewing window.

Back: Move back one document in this Document View's history list. This action is only possible if a previous document exists at the current position; otherwise, the menu bar entry (and corresponding bottom button) will be insensitive.

Forward: Move forward one document in this Document View's history list. This action is only possible if a subsequent document exists at the current position; otherwise, the menu bar entry (and corresponding bottom button) will be insensitive.

Home Document: Move to the home document. (This is the document that the browser accesses when it first starts up.) Instead of trying to explain any more about menus and buttons, we urge you to read the on-line documentation that is accessible through the Manuals and Help menus. The documentation is excellent, and it is much better to learn about a browser by using it than by reading about it!