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Where does opera keeps it favourates? (bookmarks)

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Where does opera keeps it favourates? (bookmarks)
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by:Fattah089
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Hey ishcmc, Opera saves its bookmarks in this location

C:\Documents and Settings\(name here)\Application Data\Opera\Opera\profile

BUT.. the files are bundled into one.. the file your looking for is called opera6.adr
If you want to save your bookmarks and reload them for any purpose you can go to File > Import & Export > Export Opera Bookmarks > Choose location and click save.  Same thing when you come to load.. just choose Import rather than export.

Hope this helps,
Fattah089
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by:ishcmc
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This only applies for Windows XP not Vista.
There isn't a folder called 'Documents and Settings' in Vista anymore.
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I'm not on a Vista system at the moment.. but if you click on export it will show the location by default of where its going to export it.  If you click at the folder at the top it will tell you the location of where it will save it and show you the format.  Try that untill i get on a Vista system tonight.
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