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Can I get a print out of all my website usernames and passwords

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My laptop is 'playing up' and refusing to start on some days. If I get another machine a hard copy or a printout of all my web site usernames and passwords would be handy. If tried to Print The screen but that doesn't or will or work. I've also tried highlighting all of them and then tried to get it to print (using Control + P and that doesn't work either. Any advice

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David Tenser
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I don't think you can actually print out the list like you describe -- but a better option would be to set up Firefox Sync and make sure everything is synced on our servers. Once you get the new machine, you can simply add another device to your account and pull down all passwords to your new machine that way. This page explains how you set up Sync: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/how-do-i-set-up-firefox-sync?esab=a&s=sync&r=2&as=s

Another option would be to make a backup of the profile folder of Firefox. This would copy all of your settings related to Firefox and you could then just transfer that to your new machine. This article walks you through the procedure: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/back-and-restore-information-firefox-profiles?esab=a&s=profile&r=1&as=s

Hope this helps!

philipp
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or as an alternative you could also use the password exporter addon.

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Thanks to all who have helped. Your quick responses was most appreciated Cheers