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Does anyone know of a free web site in which I could store my bookmarks and then access these bookmarks from any computer in the world? Thank you

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This Is What I Do...Send It To Myself

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When such is needed, I create a "bookmarks.htm" file by using the "Export" option in either Firefox or Internet Explorer.(In IE, click on File, choose "Import and Export", then next, then "Export Favorites", then follow the prompts to save the "Bookmark.htm" file to your "My Documents" folder. IN Firefox, click on "Bookmarks", choose "Organize Bookmarks", then click on "File", choose "Export", then follow the prompts.) Once that's done, I send it to myself at one of my webmail sites and leave it in the "Inbox" there.. That way, I can open my webmail, then open the attachment while at the site (or save it to the remote computer's desktop), then open the file and click on any Bookmarked link displayed by the HTML document.

Hope this helps.

Grif

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