Well, first, What is a Bookmark? You can bookmark certain web pages in your web browser, so that you can go back and visit them later without having to memorize the URL. Bookmarking is easier, faster, and neater than writing down all of the interesting web pages you've visited lately. It's also better than printing out the web pages because web pages change constantly. If you print off a page today, tomorrow it might have changed. Now there are some cases where you NEED to print it out: like when you're referencing it in a report it's always a good idea to print the page you got your information from (for easy reference later, and as proof in case the page isn't there or isn't the same in 6 weeks).
Bookmarking is fast and simple. Microsoft's Internet Explorer calls them Favorites, but they're still the same thing. In Netscape 3.0, you can use the mouse to go up to the "Bookmarks" menu and choose "Add Bookmark". Internet Explorer users will find the same thing under "Favorites"|"Add to Favorites...".
Going to your bookmarks is even easier. Just choose the title of the web page you wish to re-visit from the Bookmarks or Favorites menu. It's THAT easy!
last edited by: eric
on: Wednesday, July 30, 1997
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