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Isn't there a way to show all IE7 RSS feeds on one page?

This is so stupid but I'm sure I saw this before but for the life of me i can't remember how to show it.

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johngerityAuthor Commented:
Wow so it's NOT built in to IE. Thats kind of annoying. Really I wanted to figure out a way to do this so I could see the feeds off-line. That's really what I was looking for, not so much a digsby-style 3rd party thingie.

I'll look into these options, tho I already prefer Google Reader for showing all feeds online and Webaroo offline. I kinda wanted something simpler but you do what you can, right?

Thanks for the effort.

(if anyone can get a way to make IE do this on it's own WITHOUT installing a gadget or writing style sheets or learning C++ let me know. Otherwise I'm closing this in a few days.)
johngerityAuthor Commented:
Not really the answer I was looking for (which as it turns out is "no") but it's my fault for not making the goal of my question more clear.

Basically I thought that IE7 allowed you to see all the feeds as one page, listing each item from every feed as one long complicated mashup RSS. When I realized this was wrong I figured I had a setting off or wasn't clicking on something obvious. I must have fallen asleep and dreamed it.
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