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firefox bookmark problem with XP


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flyboy

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I just installed Firefox and when it instaalled my favorites from Internet Explorer it found some old one and did not install the current favorites. Is there a procedure where I can get rid of these and install the current favvorites manually? Any help would appreciated.

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Call up the web page you want as one of your favorites. Go to bookmarks and click bookmark this page.
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Thank you for your reply. Yes I know I can do it this way. There must be an easier way of bring over all the favorites at once in a package and insert them in Firefox bookmarks. I have over 100 that I would have to bring over manually. Surely there is a way of getting them there all at one time.
Any help would be appreciated. :tazz:
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I found this under the Firefox help menu.

It is available when you install Firefox and later (and is available through File>>import). Hope this helps. :tazz:
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