IE7 and Favourites  
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kwanc





PostPosted: Fri Nov 10 06:49:01 CST 2006 Top

Internet Explorer / IE >> IE7 and Favourites

Installed IE7 OK and favourites are all ok. However when I go to "Add to
Favourites" the folders are in haphazard order (certainly not alphabetic).
They are alphabetic when I simply click on the favourites star to go to a
favourite, but all over the place when I want to select a folder to add a
favourite to.
Any ideas ?

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Gemmo





PostPosted: Fri Nov 10 06:49:01 CST 2006 Top

Internet Explorer / IE >> IE7 and Favourites Left click the favorites star, move your cursor down to the enties, right
click then select Sort by Name. All your folders and links will be in
alphabeyical order and easy to find. You can also rename any of the to make
them easier to identify.
G



> Installed IE7 OK and favourites are all ok. However when I go to "Add to
> Favourites" the folders are in haphazard order (certainly not alphabetic).
> They are alphabetic when I simply click on the favourites star to go to a
> favourite, but all over the place when I want to select a folder to add a
> favourite to.
> Any ideas ?
 
 
barglen





PostPosted: Fri Nov 10 17:25:02 CST 2006 Top

Internet Explorer / IE >> IE7 and Favourites Thanks Gemma, but I think you missed my question. Favourites ARE already in
alphabetical order. The problem is when I go to "Add to Favourites". There
they are all over the place. And when in "add to favourites" there is no
response to a right click.
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regards
...barglen




> Left click the favorites star, move your cursor down to the enties, right
> click then select Sort by Name. All your folders and links will be in
> alphabeyical order and easy to find. You can also rename any of the to make
> them easier to identify.
> G
>

>
> > Installed IE7 OK and favourites are all ok. However when I go to "Add to
> > Favourites" the folders are in haphazard order (certainly not alphabetic).
> > They are alphabetic when I simply click on the favourites star to go to a
> > favourite, but all over the place when I want to select a folder to add a
> > favourite to.
> > Any ideas ?