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    Lets say you wanted to give a friend your 'bookmarks' in Internet explorer.

    There is a single file to copy over, right?

    I am hoping to copy the file to a floppy, put the file on her system, bring up internet explorer and have the bookmarks show up.....


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    The bookmarks for IE are not stored in a file but in an actual folder. It's in the Windows directory, it's called "Favorites". Just copy that entire folder to the floppy and you're good to go.

    [This message has been edited by Prey521 (edited 10-01-2000).]

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    You can also open Internet Explorer, click on file and then use the import/export feature and sent it to floppy that way.

    However you do it, you should keep a copy of them so if you have to format you won`t have to load them all manually again.....



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    ...........THANKS!

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