3 Replies Latest reply on Feb 19, 2011 8:21 PM by pen_name19

    Bookmarking

      When a page is bookmarked on the CNook, the words used to describe the bookmark are from the top of the page.  If the info I want bookmarked is in the middle of the page, the words used to describe the bookmark are of no help.  For example: I have a travel book on Paris.  I want to bookmark the page that has info on bus tours, however, the bookmark words are about biking, so they are useless for helping me to find the section I want on bus tours.  Thanks!

        • Re: Bookmarking

          Use the highlight function.  When you highlight a passage, (I believe) the entire highlighted passage will show up in the "Highlights & Notes" tab.  You can then click on that passage and it will take you right to it.

          • Re: Bookmarking -- edit/delete them

            Is there no way to either edit, or remove existing bookmarks?  If using the Advanced setting Reset to default (clear all browser data adn reset all settings to default), this does not appear to affect bookmarks at all.

              • Re: Bookmarking -- edit/delete them

                 


                Oftrees wrote:

                Is there no way to either edit, or remove existing bookmarks?  If using the Advanced setting Reset to default (clear all browser data adn reset all settings to default), this does not appear to affect bookmarks at all.


                 

                In "content", the "bookmarks" tab, the "clear all" button.  Otherwise, i go to each bookmarked page, and toggle the bookmark.

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