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how do i erase only certain web sites from internet explorer history

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how do i erase only certain web sites from internet explorer history
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Go to history, right click on the site and select Delete.
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If your using internet explorer you should be able to go into favorites, click history tab, history is probably sorted by days, click the day, click the site folder, then right click the website and select delete, if you left click the site it will bring you to the page.  This is for IE8
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