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I just click on the red heart and add any tip to the contents of one of my AOL "favorites" folders. It doesn't get stored on my computer that way and easily retrievable by clicking on the top Favorites heart bar, then under whatever folder I placed it.
I must have about 200 folders there and use them often.
Create a new folder in partition D: (or wherever you keep you files for printing/processing) but not partition C:.
Call this folder something simple, like 'Text', open it then create several sub-folders like - 'Hobbies'; 'Crafts'; 'Food'; 'Health'; 'Home' etc, etc.
Now when you come across a tip or artcle you like on a website simlpy highlite it using the mouse (be sure to highlight the website and auther). Next hit copy (control-C) open Word Pad and paste (Control-V). The information you have highlighted will then be transfered to Word Pad and you can then open the File menu, click on SaveAs (give it your own title at this stage) and transfer it to the appropriate sub-folder (see above).
I used to do just what you wrote as a tip. I don't do that anymore. I copy the things I want to save to Word, because once my computer crashed and I lost all the things I had saved in Outlook Express because you can't make a back-up of that and you can make back-ups of Word!!
Greetings from Holland,
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