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The On Ramp

The Blue Mountain Internet Customer Newsletter

 Issue # 34 August 2006 
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  • Have it YOUR Way!
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  • FAQ
  • Metal Detecting 101
  • Referral Winners
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  • Have it YOUR Way!
    by Nathon O'Neel
    August 2006
    Did you know you can customize your BMI home page?
    What does this mean? It means that you can customize your BMI homepage to include content that YOU want and in the order YOU want to view it!
    We offer a wide variety of options to tailor it for yourself. Maybe you want to see the Google Search Engine, the Weather and CNN news, but you don't want to see BMI advertisements, or lottery results. No problem...that is your choice!

    In order to customize the starting page you must first login to it:

    • Go to www.bmi.net
    • Login with your user name and password
    • Click on customize in the upper right hand corner
    • On the new page you will see the many options that are available
    Remove
    You can remove things you don't want to see by clicking on the little red X in the upper right hand corner of the box(s). You can always add them back later if you wish.

    Add
    The list on the right are things that are not currently on your custom page. You can add those items(s) by clicking on the numbers 1, 2, or 3. The number will determine which column the item will appear on your page. You can then move that box up or down to where you want it.

    Reposition
    If you would like to move an item to another column, you must remove it first by clicking the little red X, then add it to the list on the right.

    Once you are finished, these changes will be saved for you. Whenever you login to the BMI home page it will bring up your custom settings. The computer automatically remembers your login.

    If you want to return to the way you had it previously, click the reset button at the bottom.

    Each time you return to the BMI homepage, your custom page will be waiting for you!

    Have Fun!
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