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is there any way to print out my listing of bookmarks to include their www. address?

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I would like to be able to print my bookmarks, is there a way to do this?

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You can export the bookmarks to an HTML file in the Library (Bookmarks > Organize Bookmarks) and open the file in Firefox (File > Open File)

You can use this bookmarklet to show the URLs and print the file in the usual way.

javascript:(function(){var d=document,sS='a[href^="http://"]:after, a[href^="https://"]:after {content:"<" attr(href) ">";padding:0 0 0 1em;} a[href] {text-decoration:none;}',nS=d.createElement('STYLE');nS.setAttribute('type','text/css');nS.innerHTML=unescape(sS);d.getElementsByTagName('head')[0].appendChild(nS);})();

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You can export the bookmarks to an HTML file in the Library (Bookmarks > Organize Bookmarks) and open the file in Firefox (File > Open File)

You can use this bookmarklet to show the URLs and print the file in the usual way.

javascript:(function(){var d=document,sS='a[href^="http://"]:after, a[href^="https://"]:after {content:"<" attr(href) ">";padding:0 0 0 1em;} a[href] {text-decoration:none;}',nS=d.createElement('STYLE');nS.setAttribute('type','text/css');nS.innerHTML=unescape(sS);d.getElementsByTagName('head')[0].appendChild(nS);})();

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Thanks for your help.

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Thanks, but I'm more confused with all the different responses. Think I'll just write them down. Seems quicker, thanks again.

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Thanks, but I'm more confused with all the different responses. Think I'll just write them down. Seems quicker, thanks again.

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If you only want the links then you can copy the links in the Bookmarks Manager (Library) and paste them in a text editor or you can open the HTML file with the exported bookmarks in a text editor and copy the wanted bookmarks to another file.

See:

http://kb.mozillazine.org/Backing_up_and_restoring_bookmarks_-_Firefox
http://kb.mozillazine.org/Export_bookmarks

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Still unable to print the actual url(http://www) addresses. When I am in Library and I copy/paste the name & location to Word, the only thing that pastes is the name and description...the url's won't copy or print.

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OK folks lets clear up all the confusion on this page huh ? Here are your steps:

1. in Firefox click Bookmarks, then show all bookmarks. when they come up, click on bookmarks menu on left, in right hand pane right click below firefox default folder and click new bookmark.

2. next you must copy the following javascript code and paste into location box:

javascript:(function(){var d=document,sS='a[href^="http://"]:after, a[href^="https://"]:after {content:"<" attr(href) ">";padding:0 0 0 1em;} a[href] {text-decoration:none;}',nS=d.createElement('STYLE');nS.setAttribute('type','text/css');nS.innerHTML=unescape(sS);d.getElementsByTagName('head')[0].appendChild(nS);})();

3. Name the bookmark Show addresses,

4. next export your firefox bookmarks as html to desktop. easiest to move it to lower right hand corner of desktop.

5 Shape firefox so you can still see the bookmarks.html file icon in lower right corner of desktop, drop the bookmarks.html file into firefox.

6 click the Show addresses link in the page that comes up.

7. your addresses should now be visible, HAPPY DAY!!

8.File, print, from firefox to do your print..

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