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Chapter 8. Exploring the Internet > Bookmarking a Web Page

Bookmarking a Web Page

Rather than memorizing URLs or keeping a handwritten list of Web pages you want to visit, you can use the Bookmarks Library () to store and organize the addresses. When you display a Web page that you want to display again at a later time, you can add the Web page to your Bookmarks Library. After you add the Web page to the Bookmark Library, you can quickly return to the page by using the Bookmarks bar or Bookmarks menu to select it. This first time you start Safari, it automatically imports bookmarks from Internet Explorer, Netscape Navigator, and Mozilla in the Bookmarks Library. You cannot import bookmarks from other Web browsers in version 1.2 of Safari.

Add and Return to a Web Page in the Bookmarks Library

Open the Web site you want to add to your Bookmark list.

Click the Add Bookmark button in the Address bar.

TIMESAVER Drag the icon in the Address box to the Bookmarks bar to quickly add a bookmark.

Type the name for the bookmark, or use the default name supplied.

Click the pop-up, and then select where you want to place the bookmark, either the Bookmarks Bar, Bookmarks Menu, or a collection of bookmarks in folders.

Click Add.

To quickly return to a bookmarked Web page, use the Bookmarks bar or Bookmarks menu.


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