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Assuming you are wanting to bookmark a webpage in Safari you just click on the + buton on your toolbar. If you cannot see the + button, go to "View" and then "Customize Toolbar".
Here you can drag the + button onto your toolbar.
Or, simply go to "Bookmarks" and then "Add Bookmark".
If you are attempting to save a webpage as a .pdf for later viewing offline, all you need to do is hit "command-P" or print under the file menu. At that point a box will pop up showing your current printer that you can print to.
But, to the bottom left you will see a button that says "PDF".
Click on that and it will drop down giving you a list of choices.
Hit the "Save as PDF" and thats it.
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Re: Bookmark/Save a pdf document
You may need Quarkto achieve this, I print them from QuarkXpress v4.1 using "PrintToPDF". This works like a printer driver but it converts any blue, underlined Courier text to a hyperlink (e.g. http://www.The-Cool-Book-Shop.co.uk ) and it creates a "bookmark" link for any text which is set in a specific typeface (e.g. Helvetica 14pt bold) and secondary "bookmark" from any text set in another typeface (e.g. Verdana 12pt). So all I have to do is ensure that my required links are in the correct typeface then select "PrintToPDF" in the "Chooser" and the job is done!
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if you are trying to save your webpages to always open to the same email that you need, I would suggest that you use the bookmarks. you can save that page to bookmark by either clicking on the star that is located in the top right hand corner of the web page or by clicking CTRL + D. This will save it to your bookmark bar. I would not recommend trying to save passwords or staying logged into your email. This can lead to someone hacking your email easily.
Register for a free account at the Yahoo website. Choose a user name and password. Although a Yahoo email account will be created for you, you must have a valid email account in order to get your MyWeb registration confirmation.
Install your chosen MyWeb save option. Choose one of two methods that you can use to save pages to MyWeb. Yahoo gives Internet Explorer and Firefox users the choice of downloading the Yahoo Toolbar or adding a MyWeb button to the browser's bookmarks toolbar.
Bookmark a cached version of any web page, not including some secure sites, by selecting "Save to MyWeb" on the toolbar or button that you installed. Add a tag to group your pages by topic. Yahoo will suggest tags based on your page's content and recommend popular MyWeb tags.
Choose to make the bookmark private or public. The default is public, but users can change this. MyWeb provides bulk editing options that allow you to restrict access to your bookmarked pages to you only, your contacts or anyone. Change tags and delete bookmarks easily with the bulk editor too.
Upload your stored personal bookmarks from your browser, if desired. Sort bookmarks and pages by date, title or relevance.
Access your MyWeb account from any computer with Internet connection. Select MyWeb in your toolbar, from the Yahoo homepage or by saving a page.
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