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Display IE Favorites

Posted on 2002-06-18
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Is there any short and sweet method for displaying IE's favorites similar to how IE does for navigating? Perhaps in a treeview with onclick to navigate in the webbrowser so get the folders hmmmmmmm

All the code I been able to find deals with adding favorites...nothing on displaying them!!!

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Hi Biffo,

Maybe you can get some help from these samples

http://trixar.com/~makai/favs1.htm
http://trixar.com/~makai/favs2.htm

HAGD:O)Bruintje
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