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Where is "Internet Options" usually found in "Tools."?

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In older versions of Firefox and in all versions of I.E., there is a link called "Tools" under which we can find "Internet Options," so that we can change our home page, etc. The last two versions of Firefox have hidden this link, and I'd like to know where to find it.

In older versions of Firefox and in all versions of I.E., there is a link called "Tools" under which we can find "Internet Options," so that we can change our home page, etc. The last two versions of Firefox have hidden this link, and I'd like to know where to find it.

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When I click on "Tools" in Firefox not, all I can do is change the toolbars. How do I get to Internet Options?

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You can access this link by selecting Tools menu and then clicking on Options.
If you have the orange Firefox button visible, select the button and then select Options.

You can access this link by selecting '''Tools''' menu and then clicking on '''Options'''.<BR> If you have the ''orange Firefox button'' visible, select the button and then select '''Options'''.
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Press F10 or tap the Alt key to bring up the "Menu Bar" temporarily.

Press F10 or tap the Alt key to bring up the "Menu Bar" temporarily.