Feb 192009
 

Favorites, also known as bookmarks, are a convenient way to organize and find webpages that you visit frequently. If you use Internet Explorer on several computers, you can save your favorites from one computer and then import that list to another computer.


To export favorites Follow these steps on the computer that you're exporting your favorites from.

1.   Start button , and then clicking Internet Explorer.

2.  Click the Add to Favorites button , and then click Import and Export.

3.  In the Import/Export Wizard, click Next.

4.  Select Export Favorites, and then click Next.

5.  Select the favorites folder that you want to export. If you want all of your favorites, select the top level (Favorites) folder, otherwise, select the individual folder. Click Next.

6.  By default, Internet Explorer creates a file called Bookmark.htm in your Documents folder. If you want to use a name other than Bookmark.htm or to store the exported favorites in a folder other than Documents, specify the new file and folder name.

7.  Click Next. If you already have a file by the same name, Internet Explorer will ask you to replace it. Click Yes if you want replace the file or click No and type in a new file name.

8.  Click Finish.

To import favorites follow these steps on the computer that you want to import your favorites onto.

1.  Start button , and then clicking Internet Explorer.

2.  Click the Add to Favorites button , and then click Import and Export.

3.  In the Import/Export Wizard, click Next.

4.  Select Import Favorites, and then click Next.

5.  By default, Internet Explorer imports from a file called Bookmark.htm in your Documents folder, but you can tell it to import favorites that are saved under another name. Click Browse and select a file, or type a location and file name to import, or click Next to accept the default.

6.  Select the folder where you want place the imported bookmarks, and then click Next.

7.  Click Finish.

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