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I imported my previous Bookmarks but they've all gone into the Bookmarks menu; how do I get the previous Toolbar ones back into the Toolbar instead of just having them in a sub-menu in Bookmarks?

I imported my previous Bookmarks but they've all gone into the Bookmarks menu; how do I get the previous Toolbar ones back into the Toolbar instead of just having them in a sub-menu in Bookmarks?

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If you import an HTML file then those bookmarks are added at the bottom of the Bookmarks Menu folder.
If you want to have them on the Bookmarks Toolbar then you can move them to the folder with that name via a Cut and Paste action in the sidebar or in the Bookmarks Manager.

See http://kb.mozillazine.org/Sorting_and_rearranging_bookmarks_-_Firefox

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Chosen Solution

If you import an HTML file then those bookmarks are added at the bottom of the Bookmarks Menu folder.
If you want to have them on the Bookmarks Toolbar then you can move them to the folder with that name via a Cut and Paste action in the sidebar or in the Bookmarks Manager.

See http://kb.mozillazine.org/Sorting_and_rearranging_bookmarks_-_Firefox

If you import an HTML file then those bookmarks are added at the bottom of the Bookmarks Menu folder.<br /> If you want to have them on the Bookmarks Toolbar then you can move them to the folder with that name via a Cut and Paste action in the sidebar or in the Bookmarks Manager. See http://kb.mozillazine.org/Sorting_and_rearranging_bookmarks_-_Firefox