Re: How to save Internet Explorer history data to text file?



danking
07-10-2005, 02:33 AM
If Internet Explorer can access the data, the data must exist in some
form somewhere. All we need is to get the data format, find out how to
access the data in binary, if necessary, and read and convert the
history data to text, spreadsheet, or data base format, depending on
what is most appropriate for the data layout.

Surely, this can be done.

If someone can discover how to access the data I will write it myself
and share it with others. Does anyone know where and how this data is
stored by IE? ....Dan


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Re: How to save Internet Explorer history data to text file?