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Delete typed URL History inside Lotus Notes

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I would to know how to remove the Typed URL history that appears as a drop down in the address field inside Lotus Notes 7.01
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Open bookmark.nsf and from the menu, View-Goto , select (BYURL) view. delete the URL's and it should work.
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it is (URLs) view.
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by:kennedy2008
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Thank you for your response.  I am not sure I follow you however.  Did you mean to open bookmark.nsf in Lotus Notes or in an editor?  I tried openning it in LN but I could not find the path you are referring to.  I assume by 'menu' you mean the menu options at the top of the LN window ( file, edit, view, create, actions, etc.) Just to clarify, I would like to remove the typed url history on the client Lotus Notes.  The versions I am interested in are 7.0.1 and 5.0.
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by:madheeswar
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I apolozise for not turning up to provide response.
But still the below is self explanatory..
>>Open bookmark.nsf and from the menu, View-Goto , select (BYURL) view. delete the URL's and it should work.<<

When you are refering to Lotus Notes, it is assumed you are going to open it from Lotus Notes.

I won't think this question needs to be deleted. I have provided a valid answer.
Either PAQ or allot points to me.
Thanks,
with regards,
Maddy
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by:kennedy2008
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In the version of notes we are using (7.0.1) there is no GoTo option under the View panel in the menu bar.  If I go to the data sub-folder in the lotus folder and open the bookmarks.nsf file the options that are presented to me when I click on View in the meun bar are below:
refresh
ruler
show
parent preview
Document link preview
image resources
encoding

There is not even a "grayed out" option called GoTo, nor any references to URLs,
Please clarify we are referring to the save version and that I am following the right path.
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Instead of opening, select the Bookmark.nsf file which will be on your workspace. Then go to the menu as I said.
I am also using v7.
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