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If you press Ctrl+D, right-click, or use the Add a Favorite menu, the Add a Favorite dialog box (shown here) appears.
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The contents of the Name box are drawn from the page title, as defined by the page designer. You can (and usually should) edit this name to make it as descriptive as possible a small amount of effort when you create the favorite will pay off later when you re using the Search index to find that page. The Create In box allows you to save the new favorite within the top level of the Favorites folder, choose an existing subfolder, or create a new subfolder. It s efficient to use subfolders to organize favorites (with each folder representing a category of your choosing). If you prefer to clean up after the fact, use the Organize Favorites command to put items into subfolders. To finish creating the new favorite, click Add.
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If a favorite is stored in the root of your Favorites folder (not in a subfolder), you can type the name of the saved favorite directly in the Address bar to jump straight to the page it s associated with. Knowing how this feature works, you can use the top-level Favorites folder to create a collection of easy-to-access shortcuts. The secret is to name the favorites in this level using short, memorable text tags. For example, if you have www.microsoft.com assigned to a top-level favorite named MS, you can simply type ms and press Enter. Internet Explorer will execute the favorite shortcut, exactly as it would if you had selected it with the mouse. (If you type the name of a Favorites subfolder, the folder appears in Windows Explorer.) If you choose to use this technique, you ll have best results if you reserve the top-level Favorites folder for favorites with short, memorable names and put all others in subfolders.
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Adding Groups of Pages to the Favorites List
Internet Explorer 7 allows you to save groups of pages to the Favorites list in a single operation. Tab groups are actually nothing more than subfolders in the Favorites list, and saving a tab group simply saves all open tabs into the folder you specify. If you have 12 tabs open, saving the tab group creates new shortcuts for all 12 pages. To save a subset of the currently open tabs, you either have to close those tabs you don t want to save, or save the entire group and then edit the new folder to remove the items you don t want. To add all open tabs to the Favorites list, click the Add To Favorites button and then click Add Tab Group To Favorites. The resulting dialog box looks similar to the one for adding an individual favorite, with the following exceptions:
Shortcuts to all open tabs are created and saved in a new subfolder using the name you specify in the Tab Group Name box. The Create In list allows you to choose the folder in which your new subfolder will be created. You can t edit any details about the individual favorites created in your new subfolder. Each one is added using the default title as defined by the website designer. If the name you enter in the Tab Group Name already exists, all currently open tabs are added to the existing group.
To open all the tabs in a tab group in the current browser window, open Favorites Center, point to the folder name, and click the blue arrow to its right.
Editing Favorites
Each favorite you create is saved as an internet shortcut in the Favorites folder within your user profile. You can edit these shortcuts the same way you would edit any other kind of shortcut. Right-click the item you want to edit (on the Favorites menu, in the Favorites Center, or in the Favorites folder) and choose Properties from the shortcut menu. Figure 6-9 shows the properties dialog box for a saved favorite.
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