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Old 24-10-2008
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Export bookmarks and favorites from AOL 9.0 to IE7

My friend was using AOL 9.0 but sooner he realized that he should switch to Internet Explorer 7 (IE7). He installed IE7 on his computer. He now wants to import bookmarks and favorites on IE7 from AOL 9.0 but he don't know how to do that. Can any body help us in this matter?
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Re: Export bookmarks and favorites from AOL 9.0 to IE7

You cannot export bookmarks and favorites from AOL 9.0. AOL don't allow you to do that, not even print out is possible in AOL 9.0.
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Re: Export bookmarks and favorites from AOL 9.0 to IE7

You can do this in AOL. In AOL, export your favorite places: Favorites/Favorite places/Save & Replace. This will allow you to save your file as text document. Rename this file and save it in .csv file format. Now go to Internet Explorer and import the file as normal from the "File" menu.
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