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MacMost Now 367: Safari Bookmarks Bar Folders
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Do you mean like this: http://macmost.com/printable-mac-keyboard-shortcut-page-for-snow-leopard.html
I'm sorry, can you explain how to put folders inside of other folders for me? I tried just dragging them in but that didn't work.
Try this: Go to Bookmarks, Show All Bookmarks. Click on the Bookmarks Bar entry in the left sidebar. Then use that interface to create and arrange folders.
Can you alphabetize bookmarks?
I don't think so. Haven't tried in Safari 5.1. But it is so easy to search bookmarks that it might not be an issue. Try searching.
Have you figured out if you can alphabetize bookmarks as I have so many it is pain to look through them
Wouldn't using the handy search feature be better than looking at them alphabetically? I mean alphabetical is only useful if you already know what you are looking for.
I just wanted to know how you could add a bookmark folder in the bookmarks.In your video you said it`s just off the screen at the bottom there is a plus sign. I played your video twice,and payed particular attention to when you described this,when i watched it the second time. It worked just like you said. Before i even watched your video i told 3 people about your sight. The answer i got back 2 said yes i will be using the site,but the other one was using his Notepad,and googling the answers. Thanks very much Gary.
I have just followed the link you provided for the short cuts,and downloaded them.
I would just like to say it would have taken me ages to find this out, even on the Apple site. Thanks again Gary.
Well I was looking for tutorial on bookmarks for Safari. Safari tutorial site led me in circles. Googled safari bookmark tutorials and macmost came up. Answered my question and quickly. I have bookmarked macmost and will go there for my next "help" question. Hopefully ill be so satisfied on my next question.
How about making a printable quick sheet on how to.Short instructions that I can print and then insert in my Switching to a Mac it would keep my book current and I can follow the instructions at my pace.I'am not young or brilliant and am first time user of computer.The help window on a mac falls short on tips you guys give.I do watch your videos but they take time loading but I like them very much.Very old guy thanks