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    my link junkyard.

    Does anyone out here have a trick to convert about 200+ favorites (most long urls) that I have collected into a legible html list w/ tags and all?

    That way I can just shuffle down the code correcting things where fit and adding text where nessecary?

    The best idea I've had (and started) consists of opening the favorites one by one w/ ie - copy/pasting into a spreadsheet - then merging those fields into a pre-arranged word doc.

    I like things automated 'specially repetive tasks as such.

    There's prolly an app out there that will do something similar at least, I just can't find it.

    What do you guys think?

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    hi,

    google is my hero - http://www.tribuneindia.com/2002/20020128/login/free.htm
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    tribuneindia?

    QD I think you may be working to much my man.

    The link posted above is broke and the tribuneIndia.com is a dog and pony India news site..?

    Anyhoo I could not find any shareware on that page.
    I have been googling around and seen some cool perl scripts that are on the right track but not quite the same.

    I have the data all entered in excel now making it at least more manageable.
    It dawned on me that the task of managing these links in the future would be a great fit for XML.
    Now where did I put that xml book again???

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    Asking the obvious, you did substitute a "f" for the "*" in Dean's link?

    This is the link from the page at tribuneindia.com

    http://www.netvisualize.com/



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