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Moving several hundred favorites into a folder at one time.

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In IE6, is it possible to move multiple urls's in Favorites to a single folder all at once? If so, how? If not, is irt possible to do it in IE7?

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John
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Just copy the contents of "C:\Documents and Settings\john\Favorites" to the new location.

Once you navigate to the above folder, hit CTRL+A, and rightl click>Select Copy, and them paste them into your destination....
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Your Favorites folder is located here:
C:\Documents and Settings\user\Favorites (where "user" is the name of the profile logged on.)

Copy and paste the folder or contents to the other user.
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That was fast, thanks!

John
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I split the points because you both answered so fast. More points to johnb6767: for getting there a minute faster!

Thanks again
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YW!
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