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    Copying Favourites (IE5)

    Is there any way I can copy all of my URL's from the favourites list or just individual folder entries? I want to save them in a Word file and/or print off. Thanks.

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    Re: Copying Favourites (IE5)

    To save the favorites all one must do is copy the Favorites folder to another disk or floppy.
    But to print the real address you need to export them to a HTML file. Open the file with a HTML editor including Notepad and print out the file from there. NOTE: the HTML edit can NOT be in the WYSIWYG mode.
    To export the Favorites from IE go to the Menu, File, Import/Export and follow the wizard.
    Hope this helps,

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    Re: Copying Favourites (IE5)

    DaveA, thank's for the reply.

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    Re: Copying Favourites (IE5)

    A follow-up. Is there any way of exporting all of the bookmarks in one go? Also, the url is show when the cursor hovers over the name in Word, but is also possible to just obtain a listing of the urls? Thanks.

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    Re: Copying Favourites (IE5)

    Yes, in IE 6 and I think it was the same in IE 5, go to the menu "File" and then select "Import and Export" and follow the wizard's instructions and questions.

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