Saving a Web Page

You can save a web page you want to view offline even if you don't need to share it with others or update its content, such as a published article whose content will not change. There are several ways you can save the web page, from saving just the text to saving all of the graphics and text needed to display that page as it appears on the web. When you save a complete web page, Internet Explorer saves all the graphic and text elements in a folder. If you need to send a web page to a friend or co-worker, you can save all the elements of the web page in a single file to make the process easier.

Save a Web Page


Click the File menu, and then click Save As.


Select the drive and folder in which you want to save the file.


Type a name for the file, or use the suggested name .


Click the Save As Type list arrow, and then click one of the following:

  • Web Page, Complete to save the formatted text and layout with all the linked information, such as pictures, in a folder.

  • Web Archive, Single File to save all the elements of the web page in a single file.

  • Web Page, HTML Only to save the formatted text and layout without the linked information.

  • Text File to save only the text.


Click Save.


See Also

See " Saving and Closing a Document " on page 36 for more information on using the Save As dialog box.

Show Me Microsoft Windows XP
Show Me Microsoft Windows XP (2nd Edition)
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