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Chapter 16.  Traveling the Web  > Working with Favorites

Working with Favorites

While Internet Explorer automatically remembers URLs that you’ve typed into the Address text box, you generally have to remember to retype at least part of the URL to take advantage of this feature. Internet Explorer offers an even easier feature that you can use to mark and return to particular Web pages— the Favorites feature. (Other Web browsers offer a similar feature called Bookmarks.) This section shows you how marking and using a Favorite can save you time.

Marking a Page as a Favorite

When you mark a Web page as a Favorite, you add it to the list in the Favorites menu in Internet Explorer and the list in the Favorites pane, which is collapsed by default.


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