Saving Web Pages

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by Barbara J. Feldman on March 12, 2003

When you save an Internet page with Internet Explorer, a folder is created on your hard disk to store all the images needed to properly recall the page. A neater, more compact way of saving a Web page locally is to save it as a single file in Web archive format with a “.mht” extension. Use Save As, the select type “Web Archive, Single File, *.mht.” This tip works with Internet Explorer version 5 and greater.


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