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Folder Homepage

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Introduction

Do you frequently access a particular web page very often?

This How-To Article shows you how to set a folder's default homepage as a web page you select.


Folder Homepage

1. Right-click the folder you would like to set the default homepage for and select "Properties".

2. Click the "Home Page" tab.

3. In the "Address:" text box, type the full address of the page you would like to set as the default homepage for the folder.

4. If you would like to display the web page each time the folder is opened, check the "Show home page by default for this folder" check box.

5. Click OK.

Tip: If you choose to display the web page each time the folder is opened, it is recommended that you create a new folder just for this default homepage.

Tip: To remove this default homepage setting, just uncheck the "Show home page by default for this folder" check box (if checked), and delete the address from the text box.

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