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how to make bookmarks in bookmark toolbar smaller?

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I figure out how to get things to bookmark toolbar but I can't adjust the size-I would like to have the Icon plus only first word of the bookmark so that I can add more bookmarks to the bm toolbar

I figure out how to get things to bookmark toolbar but I can't adjust the size-I would like to have the Icon plus only first word of the bookmark so that I can add more bookmarks to the bm toolbar

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the-edmeister
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Right-click the bookmark and open Properties. Edit the Name item.

Right-click the bookmark and open Properties. Edit the '''Name''' item.
jvand 0 solutions 1 answers

I just want to reduce the size of the icons, they're really too big now, even when I select the small size.

I just want to reduce the size of the icons, they're really too big now, even when I select the small size.
alan_r 92 solutions 1093 answers

2 out of 4 people didn't find helpful the-edmeister's perfect reply to the question asked. Would either of you be prepared to explain why?

If you have a different question you should start a new thread.; and jvand you would be better off starting a new thread rather than this one which is two months old.

2 out of 4 people didn't find helpful the-edmeister's perfect reply to the question asked. Would either of you be prepared to explain why? If you have a different question you should start a new thread.; and jvand you would be better off starting a new thread rather than this one which is two months old.

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