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By hawksberry ·
Is there a way to generate a report of the websites you visited in Internet Explorer?

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by BV2 In reply to History on Internet Explo ...

Generating, I don't know - to print, the MS Knowledge base suggests
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1. Click Start, point to Find (or Search), and then click Files Or Folders (or
For Files Or Folders).

2. In the Named box, type "history" (without the quotation marks), and then
click Find Now.

3. Double-click the History folder.

NOTE: If you find more than one History folder, open the folder that has Url
History Folder listed as its type.

4. View the entries that you want to print, and then print the contents of the
screen. For information about how to print the contents of the screen, click
Start, click Help, click the Index tab, type "print screen" (without the
quotation marks), click Display, and then double-click the "To copy the
window or screen contents" topic.

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by dmiles In reply to History on Internet Explo ...

To keep the friendly URL's of web sites,Open the browser and click the Tools menu,in the drop down list choose Internet Options,click the Advanced Tab and go to Browsing List,go to Show friendly URL'S and select by putting a check in the box,this will keep the web sites you visit or you can use the Enable Pesonalized Favorites.Hope this Helps

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by Magetower In reply to History on Internet Explo ...

Locate the history folder.
Open a command window and do a dir/a/s on the history folder and redirect to a text file. For example:

dir/a/s C:\Profile\User\History > histlist.txt

Then you can massage the text file to get the report you want.

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by parier In reply to History on Internet Explo ...

1. If in WIN NT, use this:
dir/s/a C:\WINNT\Profiles\USERNAME\Tempor~1\*.htm > history.htm

2. If Window 98:
dir/s/a c:\windows\tempor~1\*.htm > history.htm

Go to step 3 for either version . . .

3. Then search for the history.htm file and double click on it (should be on the root of C drive)

Hope this helps,
Eric
QUestions on this, reply to sergeant@connix.com?subject=TEXT LISTING FOR INTERNET HISTORY

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