The toolbars that will be addressed are the three horizontal bars
with buttons, located below the menu. You will notice a tab to the
left of each toolbar that has a down arrow on it. If you find that you
do not use a particular toolbar, you can hide it by clicking on the
tab to the left. If you wish, you can hide all three toolbars. In this
case, your display would look like Figure 5-2. To redisplay the
toolbar(s), click on the appropriate tab again.
For ease of discussion, it is necessary to name the toolbars. The
toolbar located at the top, with the large icons, will be called the
Command Toolbar. The next one down, with the Bookmarks button, is the
Location Toolbar, with the one at the bottom being the Personal
The Command Toolbar will give you access to Navigator's most
common functions. The function of these buttons are listed below,
starting from the left.
Back and Forward Buttons
Clicking these buttons will allow the user to cycle through the
documents that they have already viewed. By clicking the back button,
you can revisit these documents, in reverse order. You can then
retrace your path by using the Forward button.
When the Reload button is selected, the current document is
reloaded from the Internet. This is useful if you had stopped the
loading of a page for some reason or if the loading of a page had
Clicking the Home button will return you to your default Home
Using the Search button will take you to Netscape's Net Search
page, where you can search the Internet for particular information
using a selection of different search engines. Searching the Web will
be addressed later in this section.