Solved: Internet Explorer and making available offline

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phil h

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I have just got myself a laptop PC and have figured out how to make webpages available offline.
my question is: where are the offline pages saved, and how do I get rid of the ones I no longer want?
if I get rid of the favorite from the list will it automatically get rid of the page on my computer?
OS=XP home
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Hiya and welcome

I've moved you to Web and Email for more response :)

Open up Windows Explorer, and go here:

C:\Windows\Offline Web Pages

The favourite lists are just bookmarks, so you may have to delete the actual file in the above location.

Regards

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Exactly as Eddie explained if you want to delete selective offline pages.

If you decide that you want to delete all of them:
IE->Tools->Internet Options. General Tab. Click Delete Files button. Another box will pop up to allow you to delete all offline content as well.

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Phil, if you want to mark this solved, just click Thread Tools at the top of this page, and select it from the list ;)

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phil h

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eddie5659 said:
Phil, if you want to mark this solved, just click Thread Tools at the top of this page, and select it from the list ;)

eddie
thanx bro, new to this, now i know :)
 
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