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Printing favourites with url's

Posted on 2002-04-19
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Hi all,

This has me beat.

How do I print a list of favourites with url's?

Anyone know a registry mod for columns in windows explorer to include url details? or something else that might achieve this?

Please, no application solutions.

-StinkPete
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1.Open internet explorer
2.click file menu
3.click import/export
4.click next
5.click export favorites, click next
6.select the folder that contains the links you wanted printed OR just select "favorites" if you want them all printed
7.save the file to your desktop as "bookmark.htm"
8.click next, and then finished
9. in internet explorer still; click file menu\open\browse to bookmark.htm and open it
10.click file menu \print
11. click the options tab
12.click the check box that says "print table of links"
13. click print

lemme know if you need anything else eh?
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This actually prints out all your folder/bookmark titles first and then it prints a table of links in the format of Shortcut Text (Favorite Name) and the Internet Address (URL)...pretty cool actually , I had to go find it myself, I never had a reason to print out my favorites before but it is pretty slick.

Cheers.
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50 Points well earned!

Thank you very much jatcan

-StinkyPete
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Thanks
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Thanks. But ya gotta accept the comment as an answer before any points will be assigned.
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No problems. Thank You. I never would have looked if your question hadn't prompted me to.
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