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    location of offline files (IE 6.0)

    I am looking for the location of my offline files and cant find them.

    I need to locate a site that I have indicated should be availbale off line and I want to move that site to another computer. I know it woul be easier to just connect the second machine to the internet and download the site, but that is not an option as the second computer has no modem or network card.

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    Re: location of offline files (IE 6.0)

    The location of offline files depends on the operating system, the default location for Windows XP is:

    Cocuments and SettingsUsernameLocal SettingsTemporary Internet Files

    To find the location, within IE select Tools>Internet Options...
    On the General tab click the Settings button in the "Temporary Internet Files" or "Browsing History" section (the label changes with different versions of IE). This brings up a dialog that includes the location of your Temporary Internet Files folder.

    I have never tried moving files from this folder to a different computer but there are probably problems with just copying them as the files are indexed. Hopefully another lounger may have experience of doing that and can advise you.

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    Re: location of offline files (IE 6.0)

    No experience here either, but I would try opening the website up (offline or online) and File > Save As to a folder that you can copy to the second machine.

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