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I have more than one user on win98 os.  Each uses a different favorite.  How can I ensure that only one favorite is used?  How to combine all favorites into one.
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by:smeebud
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Take a look at this:
http://www.jermar.com/twk_ssho.htm

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Bud
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by:simonstre
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buy winNt, and solve ur problem!
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by:Kilo5
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If you have tweakui installed you can specify the location in which they are saved (something like C:\Windows\Favorites)  It's under the General tab.  If you can't find TweakUI, tell me and I'll point you in the right direction.  Check right now under Control Panels in My Computer.  
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Although this can cause problems if these folks also use different machines you can do the following:

1. Open the control panel.
2. Locate the Users.cpl and run the wizard. Follow the instructions and then each user will have his/her own set of profile information, including favorites.
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