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Offline Peggy

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Vista Helps
« on: Dec 24, 2007, 02:05:26 PM »
Here is a sub topic to help folks with their Vista Operating System.

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Save A Web Page In Vista
« Reply #1 on: Dec 24, 2007, 02:06:24 PM »
Save A Web Page In Vista
by Diana Huggins
(can be found at www.lockergnome.com)

When you stumble across a Web page that contains invaluable information, such as a favorite recipe, you can add it to your list of favorites or you can save a copy to your computer. By saving it to your computer, you can view or print it later. The only downside is that the saved copy of the Web page is not updated. You have to revisit the Web site to see any updates.

To save a Web page in Windows Vista:

Launch Internet Explorer and navigate to the Web page you want to save.
Click Save As from the Page menu. Internet Explorerís Save Web page window appears.
Browse to the folder where you want to save the Web page. The default location is the Downloads folder
In the Save As Type box, choose the format for saving the Web page.
Click the Save button.
To open the saved Web page, open the Downloads folder and double click the appropriate file.

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