As mentioned on Monday, I recently wrote and taught a class on Thunderbird and Firefox for the first time.
At any rate, I thought I'd post an excerpt of some of the instructions I wrote for the class. These are not exercises per se, just instructions.
Click here for an excerpt of my Firefox instructions, including using tabs or windows, and changing the default download location to something besides the desktop.
And here's an additional tip I just picked up. If you close a tab that you didn't mean to close, type Ctrl Shift T to get it back.
F6 (or Alt-D or Alt-L) = switch focus to the address bar and highlight address. So you can hit F6 and then start typing the address immediately
Ctrl-PageUp and Ctrl-PageDown = move to next or previous tab. You might find it easier than Ctrl-Tab and Ctrl-Shift-Tab
Hold Alt while scrolling a page to scroll one line at a time instead of three.