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How to Create Bookmarks (Palm)

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You can use EudoraWeb to create, sort, view and beam bookmarks from your Palm device.

Adding a Bookmark

When you open the EudoraWeb app on your Palm, the Bookmarks screen appears the first time you use it. If you are already in a bookmark tap the Bookmarks button at the bottom left of the screen.

To set up a new bookmark:

  • Tap New.

  • The Create Bookmark dialog box opens, Notice that the cursor is placed between the periods in the URL field.

  • In the URL field, enter the name for the Internet site you want to access. The http://www. and the .com are automatically added to the name.

  • In the Category field, tap the down arrow to display the category choices. The Category drop-down menu appears. You can then edit or choose from a category shown.

    • If you want to add a new category or rename an existing one, select Edit Categories from the Category drop-down menu.

    • To add a new category, tap New. (You can have up to 15 bookmark categories.) To rename a category, select the existing one and tap Rename.

    • To display bookmarks for a specific category, tap the down arrow at the top right of the Bookmarks screen. The category list appears. Choose the category of the bookmarks you want to see.

  • Tap OK to confirm your changes.


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