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How does one delete individual bookmarks

Open the bookmarks menu. Scroll towards tnd he top of the menu panel. You will find the option: Open all bookmarks., or press CTRL + SHIFT + B.
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Erase former owner's contacts from my mac

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The method for importing your contacts is dependent on how they are stored now. If you are moving from another Mac and have your contacts stored in Address Book, you can create an export file (File:Export>Address Book archive) and save it to a USB drive, connect the drive to your newer Mac, open Address Book and select the appropriate Import option from the File menu. If your contacts are in a different application, look for a method to export them to a plain text, LDIF, or vCards file.
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Have a mac g4 running os 9.1 need printer

There are a couple of mechanical things that can cause the printer light to flash. Now, this is by no means the technical explanation of these items but... they may help.

Okay, the first item is the lid sensor. If the lid gets stuck this sensor will cause the resume light to blink. To do this, lift the lid on the printer, locate the sensor (black plastic arm
located on the right side of the right lid hinge), and move the sensorup and down to unstick it. Close the lid and the light should stop

If the above does not resolve the problem, then it may be the paper sensor on the unit. To locate the paper sensor you must remove the entire paper tray. To remove the paper tray, grab and pinch the two prongs underneath the paper tray. The paper tray should come loose and easily be removed from the printer. Now, on the right hand side of the printer, about 4 inches up you will see a free standing black arm. Try moving this arm back and forth to free it up. Then reinstall the paper tray.

If neither of these items work, then try cleaning the printer contacts on the printer cartridge and in the printer carriage (where cartridge sits). When cleaning the contacts on the cartridge, use a clean, dry, soft cloth. Only wipe one time
from the top to the bottom (nozzle end) of the flex circuit.
Do not wipe the nozzles. The reason for this is that the contacts are coated with a lubricant that can potentially be removed if water is used. Removing the lubricant can potentially damage the cartridge or the printer.
If the cleaning does not resolve the problem, then try a TWO NEW cartridges.

If all of the above steps do not resolve the problem, you will want to contact Hp for service.

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Hi, it seems like you are using IMAP protocol for your mail settings. The good thing about IMAP is that you can see the same emails listing for your imac, and your macbook. The bad thing about IMAP is that when you accidentaly delete emails on whatever computer, the others won't see them either.
Please check in Mail's trash folders for all your computers, and check if the mails were not simply moved to another folder

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Error -43 is the common "File Not Found" error.  This can also mean a folder is not found. (A Google search for "macintosh error codes" returns a complete list from Apple at  I don't know why it would say this unless the files really don't exist.
Dragging an item to the Trash doesn't usually require a password unless you are not the owner of the item.  This can occur when copying items from another user's account, for example.
Try selecting all of the items that you want to delete, hold down the Option key, and choose Show Inspector from the File menu.  In the Sharing & Permissions area at the bottom of the Inspector window, verify that you have permission to delete the files.  If not, click the lock icon, type an administrator's username and password, then change the Privilege to Read & Write (you might have to use the + icon to add yourself to the list before changing anything).
Close the Inspector window and delete the items.  This should do the trick.

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