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Can anyone tell me exactly how to e-mail my bookmarks to my web mail address so that I can access my bookmarks on a library computer? Thank you very much. user470

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First, you EXPORT . . .

your bookmarks/favorites to a folder or the desktop (same). It will be saved as an .html file. You then email this file. When you open this file your bookmarks will open.

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Just a thought.

You are not expecting to 'import' those bookmarks into a browser in the Library's computer are you?

If so, then either the Library may not want you to do that, or they may have imposed restrictions on their computer that prevents you from doing it.

However, as Wayne has shown you, browser bookmarks can be exported to an HTML file, so that's a start.


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Why not just put them on a flash drive

and carry them on your person?

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