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netscape bookmark conversion to IE 4

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Not sure if this is the best place for this but...
I had Netscape Navigator (part of communicator) setup with tons of bookmarks.  I have now switched to IE4 with the IE desktop on an NT 4.0 workstation.  How can I convert the bookmarks from Netscape into IE?
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by:sgenther
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Im guessing this is the same machine...if you let netscape on there then when you installed IE4.0 it should have imported them automaticly...under Favorites>imported bookmarks...let me know.
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MasseyM earned 50 total points
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Here is a place that you can choose from a ton of convertors....

For NT:
http://www.winfiles.com/apps/nt/url.html

For Win95/98:
http://www.winfiles.com/apps/98/url.html

This is the best place and they have the most stuff..

- Matt
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by:drodey
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MasseyM,

I found the exact utility I was looking for at those web sites.

Thanks!
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