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Old November 13th, 2011, 08:46 PM
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Question Is there a clever way of keeping track of which tutorials you've completed?

Other than making a list in another file and checking it off?

Is there a way you can actually mark on a webpage?

Other ideas?
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Not that I am aware of

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Old November 14th, 2011, 06:24 AM
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I see two solutions:

1) put them in Organizer and create a tag called "read tutorials" and another tag "to be read tutorials" and tag the tutorial after you read it.

2) same as above just use folders outside of Organizer.
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Hi

Are you referring to the PET tutorials? If so, go here and download the two alphabetical lists (Video Tutorials and Written Tutorials). Once on your computer you can copy and paste the lists (or the individual titles) and create a list in a spreadsheet; a document list; or a simple text file list.

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Edit --- Sorry Janja .. I re-read your post and now realize you were looking for a way to avoid keeping a separate list.
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Thanks, Sue, good idea!

Pete: WOWZER! Thank you, this is just what I need. When I said I didn't want to have a separate list, I meant I didn't want to go through the whole site myself and make lists. You have done it for me! Very exciting.
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Other than making a list in another file and checking it off?

Is there a way you can actually mark on a webpage?

Other ideas?
There are utility programs called NoteIt & PostIt that allow you to put a sticky note on any webpage to deem noteworthy. I know NoteIt is free on http://www.download.com, $9.00 for PostIt.
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