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How do I put a Shortcut Icon on my Desktop linking to a certain Webpage, like I could do with I.E./Google? Where do I find "Create Shortcut' ???

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Question How do I put a Shortcut Icon on my Desktop linking to a certain Webpage, like I could do with I.E./Google? Where do I find "Create Shortcut' ???

Question How do I put a Shortcut Icon on my Desktop linking to a certain Webpage, like I could do with I.E./Google? Where do I find "Create Shortcut' ???

Giải pháp được chọn

  1. Go the webpage for which you wish to create a shortcut (for example, www.google.com)
  2. On the left side of the webpage address, you will see the Site Identity Button (see this image: Site Identity Button).
  3. Click on this button and drag it to your desktop.
  4. The shortcut will be created.
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  • Chuỗi đại diện người dùng: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 5.1; rv:10.0.2) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/10.0.2

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dynamite 60 giải pháp 388 câu trả lời
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Giải pháp được chọn

  1. Go the webpage for which you wish to create a shortcut (for example, www.google.com)
  2. On the left side of the webpage address, you will see the Site Identity Button (see this image: Site Identity Button).
  3. Click on this button and drag it to your desktop.
  4. The shortcut will be created.
# Go the webpage for which you wish to create a shortcut (for example, www.google.com) # On the left side of the webpage address, you will see the ''Site Identity Button'' (see this image: [https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/gallery/image/6555 Site Identity Button]). # Click on this button and drag it to your desktop. # The shortcut will be created.

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Hey, Dynamite ! Thanks so much for that ... what a 'dynamite' solution. It's so easy. I don't know how you people know all of these things ! But one last thing if you can help me - I've just switched over to Mozilla/Firefox from I.E., and now I cannot open my Hotmail from Mozilla/Firefox. I log in, it goes to my 'Inbox' page, but when I click on an Email letter to open it, nothing happens. I can't even go into 'Drafts' or 'Delete' or anything. MitziB.

Hey, Dynamite ! Thanks so much for that ... what a 'dynamite' solution. It's so easy. I don't know how you people know all of these things ! But one last thing if you can help me - I've just switched over to Mozilla/Firefox from I.E., and now I cannot open my Hotmail from Mozilla/Firefox. I log in, it goes to my 'Inbox' page, but when I click on an Email letter to open it, nothing happens. I can't even go into 'Drafts' or 'Delete' or anything. MitziB.