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Unable to save web page with images to use off line. Using Windows XP Pro and Outlook Express 6, Help page says save as web page complete. I don't find that option. I save as .html , but don't get the pictures.

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  • Kathleen Bota
    Kathleen Bota May 11, 2010

    hi mgrace_mary...

    what are you using as a browser? IE Firefox? etc...

    have you tried saving the page by printing to a pdf file? that is often a more desirable way to save as you don't need the folder with all the images (unless that's what you want) and sometimes the image quality isn't quite as good, but it works pretty well... pdf creator for firefox will give you such an option if you don't have one already.

    also... is it possible that the page you are trying to save won't allow image saving?

    waiting to hear from you...
    bru*


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When you are at a page you wish to save, go to File/Save As. While saving, make sure that the "Save As Type" has Web Page, Complete selected. It will save an html file, but it will also save all of the other files in a folder in the same directory with the same name as the html file. Note that anything with the prefix https:// cannot be saved.

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