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"Daniel H. Slone" <[log in to unmask]>
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Fri, 3 Dec 1999 13:38:14 -0500
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Karen Ackoff wrote:
> >Karen Ackoff wrote:
> > I like the way Explorer
> >> handles bookmarks (favorites) a bit better, as they can be saved directly
> >> to whatever sub-folder you desire. But other than that, I see no particular
> >> advantage one way or the other.
> >
> >Karen,
> >
> >you can do this with Netscape as well by dragging the little "bookmark"
> >icon onto the desired subfolder, or by uing the "file bookmark" menu in
> >the bookmarks menu.  This is in Netscape 4.08 and 4.7, and probably
> >others.
> >
> >Cheers,  Dan
> I know you can file bookmarks in Netscape by dragging and dropping them
> into the desired folder. My point was that, in Explorer, you can just save
> the bookmark (or favorite) directly into the desired folder.
> I am not clear on what you mean by the "file bookmark" menu... I only find
> commands to create new folders and separators. I'm running Netscape
> Communicator 4.6.1.
> Karen


I think I see where you are.  Did you go directly to the "edit
bookmarks" window?  Instead of that, after you press the "bookmarks"
button on the main navigator screen, you see all your bookmarks, plus a
list of commands at the top.  They are "Add bookmark, File bookmark,
Edit bookmarks...".  If you select "File bookmark", you will find all of
the subfolders.  Clicking a subfolder will put the bookmark there.  I
like to drag the bookmark icon, because it allows me to place them where
I want within the folder as well.

I use Navigator 4.5.  It should be the same on 4.6 (?)

Cheers,  Dan

            Daniel H. Slone <[log in to unmask]>
            Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences
            Entomology and Nematology Department
            University of Florida, Gainesville, FL  32611