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How do I group related bookmarks (roses, iris, crocus) under a single bookmark (flowers)? I have W7 and FF10.

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I fail to see how I could be more succinct--I'll give another example: Let's I have several bookmarks, eg Chevy, Ford, Audi, Porsche, Jeep, etc. Assume I want to reduce the size of my total bookmark list. In some previous version(s), I could go to ORGANIZE, create a NEW folder, name it, for example, AUTOMOBILES and drag/drop the individual bookmarks (Chevy, Ford, Audi eg) into the new AUTOMOBILE folder. I am unable to find how to do this now. I am minded of my days in the corporate world. The IT department, (then EDP) referred to everyone else as USERS in a very aloof elitist manner--we could never ask a even a question, it seemed, without their helping us to restate, using their specific acronyms and jargon! The more things change, the more they stay the same! OK, this old user feels better now and will sincerely appreciate your patience, understanding and help! Thank you! Denny

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Or you can right click on your Bookmarks toolbar and open new folders there. Bookmarks can be moved, or saved, into folders - Flowers, Auto etc.

Accessible folders on your Bookmarks toolbar is a good alternative to having an unwieldy number of tabs open.

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Go to Bookmarks & click on Show All Bookmarks - this gives you the same format as the previous Organize did, you can create folders for your bookmarks here.

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Or you can right click on your Bookmarks toolbar and open new folders there. Bookmarks can be moved, or saved, into folders - Flowers, Auto etc.

Accessible folders on your Bookmarks toolbar is a good alternative to having an unwieldy number of tabs open.

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