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We are using Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0. My Favorites list include both folders and individual sites. How can I print a complete list of my Favorites including their name and web site address?
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Question by:Hjelle
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by:cycraymond
ID: 2602865
What you can do here is GOTO
        windows folder -> favourites folder
               Select every bookmarks you have and right mouse click the properties to view the URLs. then copy the URL to a editor e.g. Ms Word or Notepad.... Label it properly.... That what you can do if you want to print it out.
 
       There is no shorcut to this solutions in I.E 5.... for this moments...
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by:Hjelle
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It would seem that someone would have written a little program to do this.
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by:Asta Cu
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I've always chosen to upgrade my browsers to the most current releases, since bugs fixed is of value to me.  Currently using IE 6.0 and have not been sorry for the decisions I've made.  IE 5.5 SP2 as well as IE 6.0 meant I had to reinstall my Browser Plugins, but all in all, have found the deliverables of the newer browers added security and functionality to meet my needs, so thought I'd share this.

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by:Asta Cu
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This question is ancient and resurfaced for reasons unknown.  Do you still need help here?
":0) Asta
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by:Moondancer
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Have you been helped here or is more needed?  This is still open today.
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by:Moondancer
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Hjelle, you logged in recently but still have not taken any action with this question.

Have you been helped here or do you need more?  Please do update and finalize this question.

Thank you again,
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by:Computer101
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If no response, I will accept the experts comment as an answer.

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by:Asta Cu
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Thank you, Computer101.
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by:Hjelle
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I don't understand how astaec's response relates to my question, but I did find a solution. The program Bookmark Wizard 2.0.1 which is available free from www.moonsoftware.com does exactly what I needed.

Sorry I didn't respond earlier. I asked the question so long ago I had trouble remembering my password.

Thank you,

Dean
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Welcome back, Dean.  Thanks for responding and updating this question, thanks also for posting the solution you found.

I have refunded your 200 points to you for this question and closed it.  Thank you to the experts here who tried helping Dean find the solution as well, including the recomendation by astaec to point out to you that many patches and upgrades for IE have evolved since you posted this.

Item closed.

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