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Setting Your Homepage in Safari    
The first page that you see when you open up Safari is known as the homepage. You’ll notice that the first time you open Safari it will open up to the Apple website. Right now that is considered the home page, but you can set your homepage to be any website that you’d like. To change your homepage, go to the Safari menu, then choose Preferences. Right here where it says home page, you can type in any website address that you’d like. If you already have the website that you want open, you can simply click on “Set to current Page” and it will fill in the address for you. Give some thought to how you want to be greeted every time you go to the Internet and then set your homepage!
 
         
 
 
           
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