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  1. ej

    ej Registered User

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    I asked this before but I forgot the answer. Please help again. I like to go through every page of clock repair (and other forums) and pick out the articles I want to read about. My problem---- Say I finish page 100 to-night. Well when I start to-morrow it will go back to page1-2-3 instead of my page 100 or 101. Then I have to go through all lower pages to get back to where I left off. Is there a way to get back where I want and not go through all the previous pages. THANKS---ej


    SEEMS LIKE I JUST CAN'T REMEBER THINGS THAT I HAVE FORGOTTEN.
     
  2. Scottie-TX

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    Well, I don't know what kind of browser you use - InEx, Netsc, Mozilla, etc. but I would save that page - page 100, let's say, to my browser ( I use AOL ) and when you go back to that saved page, you'll be right back on page 100!
    So that's about it; Save the page however you choose - 'ell - you could even mail it to yourself to save it! Save it and return to it.
     
  3. shutterbug

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    If that's not entirely clear, he's talking about bookmarks. You'll see it at the top of your browser :)
     
  4. ej

    ej Registered User

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    THANKS------- Sounds so simple even I can handle it. I have Explorer browser. THANKS
     

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