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#1 matt111

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Posted 30 August 2010 - 01:28 PM

how do i cut,copy paste andbookmark yea im new

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#2 THE LEGEND x7x

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Posted 30 August 2010 - 01:55 PM

Hmm... Your post is somewhat vague. To copy something, click left mouse button and hold it to highlight what you want to copy. Once is is highlighted, release the button and right click to prompt a small menu, where you can select copy by left clicking. To paste what you have copied, right click and select Paste. To bookmark a webpage, select "Favourites", upper left side of Internet Explorer, then select Add to favourites, then Add. (you can also direct the bookmark into a folder if needed). As for Firefox, copy the web address you want to bookmark from the address bar, select the Bookmark tab at the top of page. Here you should be prompted to Name the Bookmark, as well as Paste the address link you copied in the second line option. Add and you're done...
I really hope that's what you meant!!.. haha.. and hopefully this makes sense to you..
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