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How to save web pages completely?

By Healer ·
I have been trying to save some web pages bells and whistles, such as http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/14434/scan-a-windows-pc-for-viruses-from-a-ubuntu-live-cd/ with either Internet Explorer or Firefox. When I reopen it from either browser, all the images are not saved. I wonder why. I try to copy and paste it on to the Microsoft Word, the same problem happens, no images.

I do some translation at http://translate.google.com.au/?hl=en&tab=wT#. I save the pages after the translation, but all the original words or phrases and the translated are not saved. I did see them saved before. Now I can't. What could be the reasons?

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by Dipiebucb In reply to Bookmark it create shor ...

If you wanna watch the web page offline
maybe you can capture it t save it as a picture or a video
there are many recording tool
something like Camtasia Or Apowersoft Free Online Screen Recorder (this one is used online, it's good to use, you can capture your web page by it online, then see your target webpage offline) lol, isn't a good idea?

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If you just need to read the page offline but don't need to click the links

by glen.harris In reply to How to save web pages com ...

there are tools which can take a scrolling screen grab. Snagit is the popular paid for version. Greenshot is free (works with IE) and there's the Screenshot Pimp addin for Firefox. All are pretty good.

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