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OL2003 - Favourites? (as in URLs not Folders)

Posted on 2004-08-19
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Hi,

I've just upgraded a customer to OL2003.

Under OL2002 he was able to access favourites on the menu bar to go straight to favourite websites (I know - wrong tool for the job, but it used to work for him) - now under OL2003 there doesn't appear to be a favourites option on the menu bar - searching help only points us to info on Favourite FOLDERS, not URLs.

Am I missing something here, or is this not a feature of OL2003?

Thanks,

Mav.
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right click on ur tool bar then customize then click on commands\menu bar and then u will see the favorites just drag it to ur tool bar.
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