Again noone has listed the steps they were trying to use when "problem" occurred. Just for review :***Using Internet Explorer Menus***
New - Select Window to open a new browser window. You can also use the keyboard combination Ctrl + N (hold down Ctrl while you tap N)
Open - Use this option to open a web page on the Internet, or one stored on your computer. However, IE can be used to open any type of document stored on your computer; PowerPoint shows, Excel spreadsheets, Word documents and many more.
Edit With ... - Perfect for editing the WebQuest or WebGuide templates. Some versions of IE are set to edit with Netscape Composer, others are set to use MS Word.
Save As... - IE has it all over Netscape with this option. Choose Save As... and all images associated with the page are saved in the same place as the web page text.
Page Setup... - Use this option to change from Portrait to landscape, add a header or footer, or change the margins.
Print Preview... - See what the page will look like before printing.
Send - Send the page you are viewing, or the URL of the page, by Email.
Import and Export... - Use this option to Import favorites you saved on a disk from another computer.***To insert a link to a web page in an email with Outlook Express***
1) Open the page you want to link to in your browser.
2)Highlight the URL in the browser's address bar. The URL typically begins with "http://", "https://" or maybe "ftp://".
3) Hit Ctrl-C.
4) Use the mouse to highlight the word or passage in the message you are composing in Outlook Express.
5) Click the Create a Hyperlink button in the message's formatting toolbar. You can also select Insert | Hyperlink... from the message's menu.
6) Hit Ctrl-V.
7) Click OK.
For those who think this isn't what I need, maybe this at :Send Links By E-mail
Now, if you include what you were trying to do step by step, maybe something specific can be added.