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Canceling graphics in Outlook Express 6

Alex Vinokur
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Outlook Express 6

Sometimes (for some sites) I would like to cancel graphics.
Is it possible?


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Juan Pérez
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Alex Vinokur <(E-Mail Removed)> typed:
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> Outlook Express 6
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> Sometimes (for some sites) I would like to cancel graphics.
> Is it possible?
> Alex

Yes it is. Below was copy-pasted from IE5 help files (in the event you
meant to say IE6 instead of OE6). May need a slight modification for
version difference.

To turn off graphics to display all Web pages faster

On the Tools menu in Internet Explorer, click Internet Options.
Click the Advanced tab.
In the Multimedia area, clear one or more of the Show pictures, Play
animations, Play videos, or Play sounds check boxes.

If the Show pictures or Play videos check box is cleared, you can still
display an individual picture or animation on a Web page by
right-clicking its icon and then clicking Show Picture.
If the pictures on the current page are still visible after you clear
the Show pictures check box, you can hide them by clicking the View menu
and then clicking Refresh. </c-p> HTH

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