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RE: MSN IE 7 Moving favorites is no good

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Old 08-06-2008
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RE: MSN IE 7 Moving favorites is no good
I soooooooo agree with you. A year and a half later organize favorites is
still this pathetic incarnation. IE favorites is rendered almost useless by
not being able to mass select/move links.




"badbatzmaru" wrote:

> I don't like it, I actually hate it. The way you ahve to move bookmarks one
> by one. The answer is kind of silly too. In my computer, and evening
> opening up the whole favorites folder in my computer, you are allowed to
> select as many bookmarks as you can and do all kinds of copying, moving, and
> pasting.
>
> It's like microsoft people, dumb down the built in favorites folder and
> options to appease some people who accidentally highlight their favorites,
> delete them or do silly things like accidentally copy them to other folders.
> I believe and prefer you give people the most functions and tools, and
> capabilities, not decrease them.
>
> So..still one miss from IE on this end...
>
> If people really are screwing up with their favorites...add in an automatic
> backup of their favorties upon exiting, or like me back em up periodically!
>
>
>
> > you can highlight as many favourites/bookmarks as you like at one time (by
> > holding shift or ctrl) and move them in one drop into a different folder. As
> > far as I can see, in IE you have to go into organise favourites and then move
> > them one by one to the new folder. Am I missing something here? I'm not clear
> > why this obviously convenient arrangement - ie being able to move multiple
> > bookmarks in one go - has been overlooked by MS (if it has).
> > Thanks.

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