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How To Email Your Favorites To Others In Internet Explorer
Posted By admin On August 26, 2010 @ 2:56 PM In E-Mail Help,File & Disk Management,Using The Internet | 2 Comments
You’ve just found out that your buddy has discovered digital photography, the same hobby you’re passionate about. You have amassed a large collection of websites and would like to share the links. Here’s an easy way to email your Favorites files.
From the File menu, select Import and Export.
The Import/Export Settings dialog box will ask, How do you want to export or import your browser settings?
Select Export to a file. Click Next.
Next, you’ll be asked, What would you like to export? Choose Favorites. Click Next.
You will be instructed to Select the folder that you want to export your favorites from.
The next prompt will ask, Where do you want to export your favorites? Type in or browse to find a location. I placed my file on the Desktop, but you can place it anywhere you wish.
Click Export. Click Finish.
Now you’ve created a file of your favorites. Compose an email and attach the file to your email before sending it.
Once the recipient gets the email and clicks on the attachment, they may be asked to Choose the program you want to use to open this file. They should select their browser (Internet Explorer, Firefox, etc.), or it may just open automatically in their browser.
Voila! Your friend will have access to all your favorites. Happy sharing!
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