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Old 10-18-2003, 01:20 AM   #1
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Question Need help with book marks


I was wondering if anyone knew how to remove orgnial addresses once you have created a folder to put them.

What I did was; 1) go to the site that I wanted to bookmark 2) Made a folder to put the bookmark in. 3) found out that step two didn't work. So went to step one & added sties to the folders that way.

I am now wanting to delete/discard get rid off the orgnial site address as my bookmark menu is getting a bit full now.

I am usin Mozilla Web Broswer if that is of any help to anyone. Also, I have not switched from windows (due to viruses, 10 virsuses in 10 weeks). And under windows I could just click on the address or whatever I had named the page, then press or click Delete then it would come up with a message asking me if I wanted to delete the page.

If anyone can help me; & belive me I need it!!! Then could they please put there reply in plain English eg go to................................... click on.............................................. etc.

Old 10-18-2003, 01:43 AM   #2
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why not try going through Bookmarks > Manage Bookmarks to delete the bookmark you don't want?


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