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Creating a bookmark
From the Bookmark icon on Communicator's Location toolbar select Add Bookmark. The newest bookmark is added to the bottom of the list.
Moving a bookmark to a new place on the list
Bookmarks are added to a list in chronological order, with the most recent at the bottom of the list. From the list below I am going to move the Frog Calls bookmark to the top of the list.
Changing the name of a bookmark
I followed a link that was about "Making Estimations in Measurement." I made a bookmark for the site and looked at the list of bookmarks to find what you see below:
Grade 2, Unit 9 may have meant something to the person who wrote the page, but If I keep that name, I will not know what is on that page the next time I try to use my bookmarks list. To change the name of a bookmark:From the Bookmark icon on Communicator's Location toolbar select Edit Bookmark.
Creating a folder of bookmarks
Imagine that your class is working on a collaborative project. Each group will be using the Internet to visit a set of bookmarks which you have established. If all of the bookmarks are moved to a single folder your students can go to just that folder to do their research.From the Bookmark icon on Communicator's Location toolbar select Edit Bookmark
Bookmarks can be saved to a disk or to a folder on your computer. This procedure is all or nothing. You can not selectively save a part of your bookmark list. However, you can create multiple bookmark lists and switch back and forth from one to another. Before you create a new bookmark file, follow the procedure below to save your current bookmark file.
Using saved bookmarks
To use the new bookmarkfile you created in the section above, follow these steps:
If you open the bookmarks window now, you will find no bookmarks. You have not yet added them. If this bookmark file is for a special project or unit save the file on disk to take to your classroom.
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