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rearranging bookmarks

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by lisag, Jan 4, 2002.

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  1. lisag

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    Is there anyway that I can rearrange links that I have saved in the bookmark place? I have tons of them saved and would like to put my favorites first.
     
  2. DoyceJ

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    I assume you are using Netscape? You should be able to click and drag them to where you wish.
     
  3. lisag

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    sorry, I didn't say.....I have windows 98,
     
  4. angel

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    Which browser and version are you using? Netscape, IE, something else?
     
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  6. ezymony

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    you can drag and drop them anywhere you want in your favorites list
     
  7. ezymony

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    i dont know what im talking about im just trying to get 100 post
     
  8. lisag

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    Thanks everyone,

    Thanks hewee, I'm going to go check it out now.


    ezymony~I can't seem to move it that way, thanks though.
     
  9. ezymony

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    ok ......i move mine that way dropped this site at the very top of my list.
     
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