Windows 10 bookmarks html file

I need to know the format of the HTML file that Chrome is looking for. If in Chrome settings, I click on import bookmarks it gives me the option of importing from an HTML file. Does anyone have and example of this file so that I can just create it manually? All the machines I deal with use Windows 10 and having this file would make things portable for me to do a transfer with a thumb drive.
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Uttam KumarConnect With a Mentor Tech Support ExpertCommented:
You get option to name the file, select while exporting as to save as HTML
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Uttam KumarTech Support ExpertCommented:
From any browser you can export the existing bookmarks and save it as HTML file that Chrome can use to import. Cant see a specific format.
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McKnifeConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Right, why not export it with one sample favorite and the edit the exported file to your needs using (for example) notepad ?
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Need-a-ClueRESEARCHERAuthor Commented:
How can I tell the name of the file that it would create when exporting?
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McKnifeConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Try the export, it is easy and you'll be asked where to save the exported file and what name to use.
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Need-a-ClueRESEARCHERAuthor Commented:
EXPERTS...thanks for all the great suggestions. I appreciate you!
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