[access-uk] Merging "My Favourites"
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- Date: Tue, 09 Aug 2005 23:26:41 +0100
Greetings, I have two pcs, these hold "my favourites" and I want to merge and have them the same on *both* machines. One machine is WindowsME the other Windows98SE. Firstly, having two different o/s is that likely to cause me any problems? Secondly, please can somebody give me step-by-step instructions how to merge the favourites and, as some are likely to be the same sites on both machines but not necessarily exactly the same names, what will happen? What happens with the few that are both the same site and have the same name? Some considerable time ago, I found something about doing this, it was not made clear in the message where the person was starting from, I paste in the relevant text below, so could somebody please come back and advise? saving favourites to a file From: Bob Marchand <bobandmary@xxxxxxxxx> To get an alphabetical list of your favourites, go to your favourites, and while in the list, right click on the list and then press the letter b to sort by name. This will sort it immediately. Exit the favourites list. To save it as a file, use alt f for file, then I for import and export. This will bring up the wizard. Press the next button and your first choice will be to import favourites, then export them. Arrow down to export, then tab to next and hit enter. The next choice is which favourite folders to export and if you want all of them, hit enter on the next button. The next screen lets you export to an application or to a file. Choose file, type in the name of the file preceded with a colon if you want it on a floppy, and tab to the next button, then to the finish button and you are done. Good Luck Bob Marchand bob@xxxxxxxxxxxx From: "Moving-Mountains Technology Limited" <info@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> Date: Fri, 19 Dec 2003 11:46:07 -0000 Greetings all, Great tip Colin. It might also be worth copying all cookies on to a disk so that should you want to use another system you can simply copy the cookies from the disk and in to the cookies folder and away you go! All the best from: Colin R. Howard. -- No virus found in this outgoing message. Checked by AVG Anti-Virus. Version: 7.0.338 / Virus Database: 267.10.4/66 - Release Date: 09/08/05 ** To leave the list, click on the immediately-following link:- ** [mailto:access-uk-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx?subject=unsubscribe] ** If this link doesn't work then send a message to: ** access-uk-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx ** and in the Subject line type ** unsubscribe ** For other list commands such as vacation mode, click on the ** immediately-following link:- ** [mailto:access-uk-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx?subject=faq] ** or send a message, to ** access-uk-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with the Subject:- faq
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