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 Is there a way to export bookmarks?

Answer If you go into your profile (in windows XP this is found at C:\documents and settings, on vista c:\users\) you can go into your profile, and then copy the 'Favourites' folder onto your new computer.
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Favourites and bookmarks help please?

Bookmarks and Favorites are basically the same thing. They are just differently named by different browsers. Like IE call them Favorites and Netscape call them Bookmarks and so on.
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