pam in Internet Explorer

Add pam to your favourites

pam Internet Explorer

Pictured above is the pam homepage in Internet Explorer. In the top right hand corner you will see a star icon.

pam Internet Explorer Click the star icon to open the favourites menu, then click Add to favourites to display the box pictured below.

pam Internet ExplorerYou can choose the name you give to your favourite, but pam Homepage is recommended for easy recall.

Click Add to save.


Set pam as your browser homepage

pam internet explorer Click the settings icon, then select ‘Internet Options’ from the drop down menu that appears.

pam Internet Explorer

In the General tab, click ‘Use current’ and the pam URL will appear. Click ‘OK’ to save these settings.

Now, every time you open Internet Explorer, pam will be the first thing you see.

Handy browser tips

  • CTRL + T = new tab (tabs allow you to open another page without losing the one you are on. You can also right click on a link you wish to open and click ‘Open in new tab’ and the page will open in a new tab.)
  • You can use the “back” button to get to the last screen you visited.
  • CTRL + F is the “find” function in every browser. As all text on pam is searchable, use this function to find the text, person or document you’re looking for wherever you are in pam.
  • If you are accessing a drop down list, start typing the word you’re looking for, and it will take you to that place in the list.
  • Press the F5 key to refresh the page. This re-loads the page with the most up-to-date information.
  • Other handy shortcut keys: CTRL + X = Cut, CTRL + V = Paste, CTRL + C = Copy, CTRL + Z = Undo, CTRL + D = Bookmark Page.

Need further help? Get in touch...

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  • Sam Peters
  • Roy Crombleholme
  • Stuart Johnson