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   Last updated: March 25, 2011

 

 

 

 

 

QuickMarks - User's Guide

 

Mac software QuickMarks

 

 

Query

By default, QuickMarks will automatically find the Google PageRank of a URL you drag and drop onto the drop box.  If you just want to find the page ranks of several URLs or more, there's a simpler way.  You can use QuickMarks' query function.  Let's first choose PageRanks under Query.  (See Screenshot 4-19.)

 

 

Mac software QuickMarks

Screenshot 4-19

 

Mac software QuickMarks

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In order to find page ranks, first, you need to list URLs.  Intially, the list is blank.  Furthermore, in order to add a URL, you must first add a row to the list by clicking on the New button.  (See Screenshots 4-20 and 4-21.)  Then click on the row that QuickMarks has just added.  And what you have clicked on will appear in the edit field right above the New button so that you can rename it.  (See Screenshot 4-22.)  If you want QuickMarks to automatically add the http protocol to a row, enable the checkbox that is labeled http.  If you enable the checkbox that is labeled www, QuickMarks will also add 'www' to the row on top of the http protocol.

 

 

Mac software QuickMarks

Screenshot 4-21

 

Mac software QuickMarks

Screenshot 4-22

 

 

So if you want to add a URL, say, 'http://www.mhvt.net,' to the list, add a row by clicking on the New button.  Then select this row on the list.  Now, what's selected on the list will appear in the edit field.  So rename it to http://www.mhvt.net.  In order to finalize the change, press the Return key.  And the change will be made to the selected row in the list accordingly.

If you have more than one URL in the list, the Query button at the bottom will become clickable.  Clicking on it, QuickMarks will find the page ranks of all URLs in the list.  (See Screenshot 4-23.)

 

 

Mac software QuickMarks

Screenshot 4-23

 

Mac software QuickMarks

Screenshot 4-24

 

 

If you have more than one URL in the list, QuickMarks will also lets you export the list to a text file (.txt).  First, choose Export under File.  (See Screenshot 4-24.)  Then you will be prompted to designate an export folder and name the file.  (See Screenshot 4-25.)  If you click on Save, QuickMarks will create a tab-separated text file, which can be opened with TextEdit.  (See Screenshot 4-26.)  Please note that Mac App Store version will allow you to export a file in RTF, not in the text format (.txt).  You should be easily able to open this file with Microsoft Excel if you want.  Simply, drag and drop the text file onto Excel's application icon.

 

 

Mac software QuickMarks

Screenshot 4-25

 

Mac software QuickMarks

Screenshot 4-26


Mac software QuickMarks

Screenshot 4-27

 

 

 

 

By the way, by default, the destination folder will point to Desktop.  You can set up your default export folder in Preferences.

 

 

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