How to Bookmark a Website in Google Chrome

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Bookmark important Web pages in Google Chrome 40.0 and access them with a single click whenever you need them. Bookmarked pages are stored in a folder and can be displayed on the Bookmarks bar at the top of the browser. If you have a Google account, you can sign in to Chrome and sync your bookmarks across several computers and mobile devices. Various Chrome extensions enable you to add tags and screenshots to your bookmarks, as well as organize and share them with other people.

The Chrome Bookmarks bar and Bookmarks Manager.
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Step 1

Sign in to Google Chrome with your Google account to sync bookmarks across computers and mobile devices. Click the Chrome Menu button and select "Settings" to open the Chrome Settings page.

The Chrome menu and the Settings option.
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Step 2

Click the "Sign in to Chrome" button in the Sign In section to display the Sign In dialog box.

The Sign In to Chrome button in the Chrome Settings page.
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Step 3

Type your email address and password into the two fields and click "Sign In" to sign in to Chrome. If you don't have a Google account, create one by clicking the "Create an account" link and following the instructions.

The email and password fields and the Sign In button.
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Step 4

Click the "OK, got it" button to close the dialog box after you log in to Chrome with your Google account. Everything -- including bookmarks, extensions, history and passwords -- is synced by default as soon as you sign in.

The OK, Got IT button.
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Step 5

Bookmark a Web page by opening it in Chrome, clicking the Chrome Menu button, selecting "Bookmarks" and then clicking "Bookmark this page." Alternatively, press "Ctrl-D" to bookmark the selected page.

The Bookmarks menu and the Bookmark This Page option.
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Step 6

Change the name of the bookmark if necessary. Change the folder if you don't want the bookmark to appear in the Bookmarks bar at the top of the browser. Click the "Done" button to save the bookmark. To remove the bookmark, click the "Remove" button.

The Bookmark dialog with the Name and Folder fields.
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Step 7

Bookmark all open tabs at the same time by right-clicking one of the tabs and selecting "Bookmark all tabs." Select a folder for the bookmarks before saving them.

The Bookmark All Tabs option.
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Step 8

Display the Bookmarks bar by clicking the Chrome Menu button, selecting "Bookmarks" and then clicking "Show bookmarks bar." Alternatively, press "Ctrl-Shift-B."

The Bookmarks menu and the Show Bookmarks Bar option.
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