IE6.0 – Printing visited web sites

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Can someone tell me how to print out the interenet sites that are visited from a Windows 2000 machine with IE6.0? If you click on tools in IE6.0, go to internet options, settings, view files, there seems to be no way to print this list. Can someone please provide a solution? Even going to the directory where these items are stored does not seem to allow it. Thank you.
ASKED: December 10, 2004  10:03 AM
UPDATED: December 10, 2004  4:40 PM

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If you’re having no luck with the print command try a screen grab – Alt+PrntScrn and then paste it into paint. Then print from that.

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  • Jgriffit
    There is a product called HyperSnap-DX from Hyperionics that can copy the window. It can even be set to autoscroll the length of the entire window. It sells for about $35.00. This is a tool that is used as the standard in our organization for screen captures. www.hyperionics.com Good luck
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  • Eyesea
    what you see in the History files are only websites that have been typed into the browser window. it does not show you all websites that were visited. if you are on a corp network the sys admin may be able to help you if he has tracking software installed.
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  • Eyesea
    as an alternative try looking at the Cookies file. this is a text file & opens readily in Notepad/Word. the vast majority of websites leave cookies so it may ba a source to help you, for whatever reason.
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  • Maeven
    Without knowing exactly what you are trying to accomplish (like establishing a browsing timeline of an errant employee, or frantically trying the find that one website that had the answer to the meaning of life) here are some basic suggestions... If you need more of a timeline you can go to the temp internet files folder sort by date then either print using printscreen or a file folder print utility like extech Print Folders. If that doesn't work, copy all files to another non-system folder then do a cmd dir->list.txt. The command line is your friend. If you are searching for a particular site, sort that temp int. folder by type then start browsing the htm documents... Without more direction from you, that is all I can suggest. Good Luck Wendy
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  • Eyesea
    ok, here you go. the websites you visit are stored in binary files called index.dat. you need a viewer in order to read all of these files. (an associate keyed me into this) i have tried a few of the viewers but they did not have the print function and one caused some adware problems. the one i finally found that does not have these shortcomings can be found @ http://support.it-mate.co.uk/?mode=Products&p=index.datsuite no gaurantees, and the value of this information is worth what you are paying for it!
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