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Setting Your Browser's Home Page

To set the Washington Broadband Community site as your new Home Page, simply follow the instructions provided for your Internet browser.

Internet Explorer 5.X (Windows/Macintosh)

1. Select the "Tools" menu and select "Internet Options". If you're using a Mac, pull down the "Edit" menu and select "Preferences".
2. Select the home page section and enter http://www.wabroadband.com/community into the address text box.
3. Click OK.


Internet Explorer 4.X (Windows)

1. Pull down the "View" menu and select "Internet options.".
2. Select the home page section and enter http://www.wabroadband.com/community in the address text box.
3. Click OK.


Internet Explorer 4.X (Macintosh)

1. Pull down the "Edit" menu and select "Preferences."
2. Select the home/search section and enter http://www.wabroadband.com/community into the address text box.
3. Click OK.


Netscape 6.X (Windows & Macintosh)

1. Pull down the "Edit" menu and select "Preferences."
2. Select "Navigator" from the category list.
3. Check the "when Navigator starts up, display home page" option.
4. Enter http://www.wabroadband.com/community in the home page location box.
5. Click OK.


Netscape 4.X (Windows & Macintosh)

1. Pull down the "Edit" menu and select "Preferences."
2. Select "Navigator" from the category list.
3. Check the "Navigator starts with home page" option.
4. Enter http://www.wabroadband.com/community in the home page location box.
5. Click OK.


Adding Washington Broadband to your AOL toolbar

Next to the "People" pulldown on the AOL navbar are three icons. These are usually "Quotes", "Perks" and "Calendar." These items can be customized.

1. Right click on the item which you would like to remove.
2. Click "Yes" to "Are you sure you want to delete this item from the toolbar?"
3. Type www.wabroadband.com/community in the browser/keyword bar.
4. Once the Washington Broadband Community loads, drag the favorite place heart to the empty space on your AOL toolbar.
5. Choose a custom icon and enter a one to eight character label for your icon.
6. Click this icon anytime you want to enjoy the Washington Broadband Community!