This topic introduces the Browse tool, which sends a file or tool output to a Web browser.
The Browse tool’s primary use is to send the designated file or tool output to a browser. When run, this tool will open a new browser window using the system default browser or another browser of your choosing.
You can use this tool as a stand-alone tool or you can use it as an tool output.
You can customize the following options for this tool:
Use DDE: Determines whether or not Dynamic Data Exchange (DDE) lets programs share information. If you select Use DDE, the changes you make to files will automatically be applied to other programs that use those same files. Use DDE is selected by default and may not be disabled for the Automatic option in the Browser field. It is selected by default but may be disabled for Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, or Internet Explorer. When Other is selected in the Browser field, Use DDE is disabled by default and may not be enabled.