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Bookmarks - custom Icons - how?

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In IE (don't know about Netscape) certain bookmarks I have added come up with their own Icon instead of the default Microsoft 'new page' icon with an 'e' on it.

Question is, how do you do that?

I know you can change the Icon by going to the 'properties' of the bookmark and changing it there.  But these links automatically add a custome icon when I've bookmarked them.
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Spot on!

Cheers - MorFF
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