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Bookmarks from Firefox to IE


golfpro

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Can any one help me. I have been strugling now for over an hour trying to find a way to get my Bookmarks transferd from Firefox to Internet explorer. Because of the childish incompatibility problems between Fitefox and Google, I am thinking of making IE my main browser again but until I can do this it means having to dodge from one to the other.

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mgmcc

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In Firefox, click the Bookmarks menu and, at the top, select "Show All Bookmarks" (or press Ctrl+Shift+B). In the window that opens, click the button "Import and Backup" then select "Export HTML". This will save your bookmarks as an HTML file.

In Internet Explorer's "File" menu, select "Import and Export", then the option to "Import from a file" when you can navigate to where you saved the Firefox bookmarks and import the HTML file.

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golfpro

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That is great NOW if only I could find how to get into IEs file menu??? Any answers.

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mgmcc

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You my have to press the "Alt" key to display the Menu bar which includes the File menu.

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