It can be done, either by copying files or by playing copy-paste with them. No direct print options, though, as the Favourites are saved as link files, which usually reside in your 'Documents and Settings\%username%\Favourites'- folder, that's of course if you're using an NT- based Windows (NT, 2K, XP).
Not dependant on the O/S, propably the easiest way to find them is to either right-click a folder in the 'Favourites'- menu or make a folder in the 'Favourites' and right-click it. Then select the 'Explore'- option. It'll open up a window with the folder. Just go one step up on the directory tree and you've found them (usually the folder's called 'Favourites').
After finding them the easiest trick would be zipping/rarring them and sending them away as attachments through e-mail. Then just 'find' the Favourites- folder on the other computer and extract there your backed-up files. Voila! That's it!
If, however, attachments are a 'no-no', you can copy-paste the links through IE itself by right-clicking a link in the favourites menu and selecting 'Properties'. The address is now right in front of you and you can copy-paste them one by one to the e-mail.