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Removing web addresses in the Address toolbar

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February 18, 2013 11:40:22 PM

how do I remove addresss from the address bar in windows 7 and mozilla firefox
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February 18, 2013 11:43:50 PM

what the point of having a web browser if you can tell it to go anywhere?
oop, I read it wrong, I thought it said to remove the address bar itself.
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February 18, 2013 11:44:20 PM

Double-click on them to highlight them and then press DELETE.

Or you can click anywhere in the address bar and use DELETE or Backspace to do the same thing.
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February 26, 2013 12:14:22 AM

Nope. None of these. You go to start,computer, right click in the white bar area next to computer and choose delete history. This will deleter all the address but you can re-enter the ones you want back in.
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February 26, 2013 6:26:34 PM

candypoore said:
Nope. None of these. You go to start,computer, right click in the white bar area next to computer and choose delete history. This will deleter all the address but you can re-enter the ones you want back in.


That's clearing the browsing history, not exactly what you asked, so the answers you got were correct based on your question.

People often confuse the cache of addresses in the web browser and things like that as a "SAVE" feature, it's not, it's just a temporary listing of recently used items. You don't re-enter the items back in, you just visit the web sites, and the browser automatically saves them in the history list, which you can clear again. Or even set to clear each time you close the web browser.
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