That's strange. I followed the suggestions and got to the Bookmarks
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menu, but my homepage is the only page I see there, despite my having
gone through the import process from IE. I tried going at it from the
Bookmarks Manager window, but I don't see anything there either. What
might I be doing wrong here?
And, are there any Chrome extensions that could make navigating
On 11/24/17, Gene <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
The Chrome designers, even after all these years, still haven't bothered to
put a short cut command for the book marks list in Chrom. You can open the
book marks list in this way:
Alt then enter. Type b and then press enter. Just one more small annoyance
the Chrome designers haven't gotten rid of.
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From: Joe Orozco
Sent: Friday, November 24, 2017 12:12 PM
Subject: [TechTalk] Bookmarks on Chrome
First, is there a way for Chrome to be set up to save and access
bookmarks from the same computer location as my Internet Explorer? I
currently save my IE favorites in a Dropbox folder so that I can
access them equally from IE or Firefox. I’d like to do the same with
Chrome, if possible.
Second, how do I access Bookmarks in Chrome in the first place? I’ve
tried Control + Shift + B to add the Bookmarks bar, but I can’t figure
out the shortcut key to access the list. Is there a means to view the
Bookmarks in the same menu format we can with IE?
Thanks for any help.