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Internet Explorer 5.0 Favorites Organization

One of the cool new features in Internet Explorer 5 is the new Favorites organization tools that have been designed in HTML.


Importing Netscape Navigator Bookmarks

With Internet Explorer 5, you can now export your favorites list to a .html page. Read on and I will explain just how easy it is to do.

  1. On the Favorites menu, click Organize Favorites.
  2. Click Import.
  3. Locate the folder and file that contains the bookmarks you want to import, and then click Open.

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Notes
  • When Internet Explorer imports your bookmarks, it does not modify your original Netscape Navigator bookmarks file.
  • Netscape Navigator bookmarks are usually stored in an HTML file named Bookmark.htm.
  • You can import bookmarks either from Netscape Navigator running on the same computer, or from another computer by importing the bookmarks HTML file from a floppy disk or network folder.

 

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