Frequently Asked Questions - Firefox import HTML file

FAQs - Firefox import HTML file
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How do I import my Internet Explorer favorites into Firefox?
Importing your Internet Explorer favorites into Firefox is a very easy process and should be pretty much the same no matter what version of Firefox you are using. From within Firefox click on the Bookmarks menu and then click on Show All Bookmarks. This will open your Firefox Bookmarks Library. Next click on Import and Backup and then you can choose import data from another browser or from an HTML file. If you have exported your IE favorites to an HTML file or if you have an exported HTML file from another computer you can choose the import from HTML file option. If you want to import your favorites from IE running on the same computer you can choose import data from another browser. Then click Next and then Finish and you should have your IE favorites as bookmarks in Firefox in a sub folder called From Internet Explorer. If you want to put your IE favorites with your current Firefox bookmarks then you can drag the items from the From Internet Explorer folder into your Bookmarks Menu.

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