How do I export favourites as a text file

  dalglish 13:08 14 May 2005
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I would like to export my IE6 favourites as a text file or spreadsheet so that I can add free-text narrative to the favourites explaining the content of the web link. CAn anyone help please?
Thanks Steve

  Diodorus Siculus 13:33 14 May 2005

Favorite URLs
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  Eric10 13:34 14 May 2005

Export your Favourites as normal to a .htm file then double click that file to open it in IE. Now go to File, Save As, and choose Text File in the "Save as type" box.

  Eric10 13:37 14 May 2005

That's a much better way Diodorus Siculus. My method doesn't save the URL, only the name.

  dalglish 21:34 15 May 2005

Thanks guys.

Sorry but I cant follow the instructions in click here. Should I export the favourites as usual then insert into Word? What is the RSS write referred to?
Thanks
Steve

  GroupFC 22:29 15 May 2005

For reference!

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