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where does opera keep its bookmarks?
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Go to menu Bookmarks -> Manage Bookmarks.
Then use the "File" button on the Toolbar and click "open...".
This should show you the current bookmark file.

In my Opera 8.5 the file is "opera6.adr"
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Greetings, swarren11 !

If you chose to "Use separate settings for each user" when installing Opera 7, all settings including Bookmarks are kept separate for each user on systems that support this. In Windows 2000 and XP, this directory is:

C:\Documents and Settings\username\Application Data\Opera

If your system does not support multiple users or you chose to not install Opera with separate user settings, all files and directories are located in the profile directory, which is a sub-directory of your Opera installation directory.

You can also find out where Opera stores your settings by going to the Help > About Opera menu.

Reference: http://www.opera.com/support/search/supsearch.dml?index=313

Best wishes!
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> You can also find out where Opera stores your settings by going to the Help > About Opera menu.
i forgot about that one.  i perfer the complicated way ;)
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swarren11,

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Thanks, war1
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