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Topic: Change destination append web page?
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 79828
From: zach
Date: 1/18/2003 05:03 AM

I am using the web capture command in mac version 5.0 to
convert web pages to PDFs.  I have a single file containing a long
list of web PDFs, each represented by a bookmark.  For certain
bookmarked pages, I would like to download some of the
web-links associated with that particular page.  I have right clicked
on the bookmark, chosen “view web-links”, and then selected
the particular web links I would like to add to my file.  The
downloaded web-links are automatically appended at the end of
my long list of bookmarks.  

Is there any way to change the destination of the downloaded
links such that they will appear as sub-bookmarks beneath the
bookmark from which I choose the web links, rather than being
appended to the end of my long list of bookmarks?  I am aware
that I can rearrange the bookmarks manually after the fact, but I
am trying to eliminate this step.

Thanks for any help,


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