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The file extension may be .RSS as in this example or it may be .XML. There are two ways to get the
URL for an RSS feed. In one situation, the URL may be listed on the web site that offers the
subscription, and you can simply copy and paste it into Outlook or just type it in. However, some web
sites display small buttons that visitors can click to subscribe their browser to the feed. The most
commonly used icons are shown in Figure 16.2.
When only an RSS button is displayed on a web site and not the URL of the feed, here’s how to get
the URL:
Right-click the button to display a context menu.
From the menu select Copy Shortcut (in Internet Explorer) or Copy Link Location (in
Firefox) to copy the URL to the Windows Clipboard.
These icons are used on web sites to identify RSS feeds.
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