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Question How to bookmark for future reference

Is there an easy way to 'bookmark' a thread to be able to easily and quickly find it later? There are some great helpful threads, but I have a time locating them at a later date.
Also, I am in the process of starting to put back together the door latches and regulators/window glass on my F-1 pickup. Can you guide me to a/some threads that would help me get started?
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Advanced Search is a great tool to find what you need. The large "Search" dialog at the top is pretty worthless. Advanced Search allows you to onlt look in this forum (48 - 56), you can search on a name, too.
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Your web browser is capable of this. You can even create folders in your bookmarks of IE or firefox.
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Thanks for the help. Tried to find the advanced search function with the drop down menu but couldn't find it on my menu. Nevertheless, for me I think the easiest way to save interesting threads I come across seems to be emailing them to myself and organizing in my browser's folders. Would like to find out about the favorite method so I could easily return to a specific thread. With them changing locations so frequently, if possible to specify a thread in favorites returning would be a big help. Thanks for your help. phil.
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I wasn't thinking of being able to use the favorites from the Microsoft menu but was only considering inside of FTE. I'll give it a try...thanks for pointing that out. phil.
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