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How to print favorites list in Internet Explorer 7

Internet Explorer 7 has a gold star to help you remember your favorite sites. This icon of gold is on the left near the top of your browser. Just click on a Web page when you see interesting or useful, IE7 and stores the page title, URL and date of creation in your "favorites" folder. You can use a collection of favorite sites in time. Print your favorite IE7 copies of their role file at any time.


Save favorites

1. Open Internet Explorer and click on "File" to open the File menu.

2. Click "Import / Export" to the Import / Export window.

3. Click "Export to a file and click Next. Click on" Favorites "to select it.

4. Click Next. A list of folders appears. Click on the "favorites" folder to select it. This folder contains all add to your favorites.

5. Click the Browse button to the "favorites" file. In this window you can select where you want your list of favorites to save.

6. Look for the "Desktop" icon in the left pane; click the icon to select it.

7. Click Save and then click Export. Internet Explorer saves your bookmarks on the desktop in a file called "bookmarks.htm. Click" Finish ".

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how to see web history

Internet Explorer 7 is a popular Internet browser offered by Microsoft. As all Internet browsers so, Internet Explorer 7 keeps a record of your search history. So if want to retrace something you searched earlier or you want to check the history of someone else who has accessed your computer, you can view Internet Explorer 7 search history.


1.Launch Internet Explorer 7 by clicking on the icon of it that is located on your computer's desktop or by finding it by clicking on "Start" and then the "All Programs" list.

2.Click on the "Star" icon that is located in the upper left-hand corner of your Internet Explorer 7 browser window.

3.Click on "History" from the drop-down menu that appears in the left navigation pane that pops up on your IE 7 window. Your search history is displayed. Click on an item within the list to visit the website.

Sep 07, 2011 | Microsoft Internet Explorer 7

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how do i add this site to favorites

look for shortcut to "Favorites" (icon is usually a gold star) button at the top of your browser frame. click then select "add to favorites"
right click any neutral (non-link) text on the site and select from menu "Save as...[favorite or bookmark]"

Oct 09, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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how to open web browser

well your not telling much so i will assume the easiest
go to your task bar and click on the blue E (explorer) when the internet explorer appears you have now opened up a BROWSER. no if you want google, go in the search line type in google, yahoo msn any of them they are all web browsers. if you like look at top of page see the gold star set them all as favorites


Jun 07, 2010 | Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

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I up graded to Ex 8 and now I cannot view my HASP payroll

I have a local user, which uses an online payroll system. It does not work with internet explorer 8. You probably have the same problem. I would uninstall explorer 8 and reinstall explorer 7. If you don't have 7 on your machine, first go to microsoft and download explorer 7, then uninstall 8 and reinstall 7. Good Luck.

Jan 28, 2010 | Microsoft Internet Explorer 8

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enable cookies


Follow these simple steps to enable “Cookies” in Internet Explorer 7 for all web sites.

Open your browser, and select Internet Options from the Tools menu at the top.

Now on the option screen select the Privacy tab.

Make sure the slider is not set to “Block All Cookies”.

The best setting is to set the option to “Medium,” then click Apply and then ok to save the changes.

If you are still having problems getting Internet Explorer 7 to remember your login information, you may need to add your favorite web sites to your list of sites that can use cookies.

To set it for just certain web sites do the following

Open your browser, select Internet Options, from the Tools menu at the top.

From the option screen Click the Privacy tab.

Click on the Sites” button for web sites.

Enter “the web site address that you wish to provide permissions to into the “Address of website:” field.

Next click on the “Allow” button.

Click on the OK to close the “Per Site Privacy Options” window.

Next click on the “Advanced” button.

If “Override automatic cookie handling” is checked, make sure “Accept” is selected for both “First-party cookies” and “Third-party cookies”.

Now click on the OK to close the “Advanced Privacy Options” window.

Finally click on the OK to close the “Internet Options” window.

Now Internet Explorer 7 will remember the permissions set for your favorite websites and accept cookies!

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