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From: "Is Mise Gan Ainm" <>
Subject: Re: Lost Website
Date: Tue, 18 Mar 2003 18:57:29 GMT
References: <b544g9$6g3$1@possum.melbpc.org.au> <b54ddh$bnn$1@pcls3.std.com> <b563i6$oot$1@possum.melbpc.org.au> <v7dvo150qecae6@corp.supernews.com>


In news:,
Sharon Carberry <Sharon > typed:
|| Try this: when you are on the Internet, use the
|| "history" button on the top toolbar on your screen.
|| From the drop down menu, go to the day on which you last
|| used (or any day on which you used) the "lost" website.
|| Listed under that day should be that website, which you
|| then click on, to get there again. This certainly works
|| for me, using a PC with Microsoft Internet Explorer.

Yes, that can work, but it depends on the number of days the
history setting is set to in the Internet Options - General
Tab - I set mine to a maxikmum of two days, so not much help
after that time has expired.



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