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Historial configuration on IE5

Posted on 2000-04-28
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In my Internrnet Explorer 5, when I activate the historial window, I see all pages visited in alphabetical order, instead of date and time order. How can I change it, so I can see it date and time ordered ?
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by:pjknibbs
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Select the View menu at the top of the History window and select By Date.
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by:Vinay
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oh its easy mito...... just click the view button on left top of history window & u have options that u can change accordingly......
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by:pjknibbs
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Nice one, Vinay. Duplicate a comment somebody made more than two hours before you came along, but submit it as an answer...must have taken some real genius to do that.
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by:mito57
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I don't have a menu in my historial window. First, you have to tell me how to activate the menu.
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As far as I know there's no way to turn that menu off. The History folder on my copy of IE5 once went on the fritz and lost its menu--I had to reinstall IE5 to fix it.
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I've reinstaled IE5, and now I have the historial window menu.
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