When searching about a topic in the internet, one might easily end up opening a couple a dozen of web sites in separate tabs. What would you do if you need to copy all those URLs to make a note of them in your document, or send them to a friend? Rather than copying one URL at a time, here is a smart way to do it en masse, in Internet Explorer.
1. Click the Tools menu (ALT + T) and click Internet Options
2. In the Home page section, click the Use current button.
This adds all the URLs from current open tabs to the text box.
3. Right-click on the text box, click Select All
4. Right-click on the selection and then click Copy
5. Click Cancel to close Internet Options without altering the Home page settings.
6. Open Notepad and paste (CTRL + V) the data.
Note: If using Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome, there are some useful add-ons or extensions that can copy tab URLs to clipboard in a single click, which is covered in article How to Copy URL and Title of All Open Tabs in Chrome and Firefox?.
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