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I am trying to set my homepage as safari start, and all of the places i search, say to go safari > preferences. where is 'preferences'?????
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how do i set my homepage (when i open safari) to safari start? people keep saying preferences and i don't know where to find preferences at…
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i don't know where to find preferences at…
Go to "Safari" drop down menu…then "Preferences" is the 3rd selection from the top. Easy!

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Threads merged (same topic). Not necessary to post in two different areas. Also…thread moved to more appropriate sub-forum.

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You know how it goes, Nick...a picture's worth 1,000 words
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I apologize about the large .png above. Is there a way a moderator could shrink it for me? I'll do better next time!
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Yes it is! Thanks for the more detailed (visual) response. Hopefully the OP got things resolved.

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