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  Skywalker7 17 Feb 12
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Please can someone explain to me why the following occurs. When I am on a website and I see something that I like, I click on Page and then Save As, I give the item a name and save it in My Documents. When I open the saved item in My Documents, I find two items;the one is a folder with the same name as the saved item saying- files. The second one is the the same named folder with an HTML. I now end up with duplicate folders/files of the same name and find it very irritating. Am I doing something wrong? Hope someone can advise me. Thank you Skywalker

  difarn 17 Feb 12
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When you click on "Save Page As" do you have an option underneath where you name what you are saving to "save as type" with the options of

Web Page Complete Web Page HTML only Text Files All Files

  matt2000 17 Feb 12

It seems you are using a html screenprint like the i.t technitians at my comp use. i reccomend you use ctrl + prt scrn and paste the image into word or any word processor. by the way are you using windows xp?

  matt2000 17 Feb 12

It seems you are using a html screenprint like the i.t technitians at my comp use. i reccomend you use ctrl + prt scrn and paste the image into word or any word processor. by the way are you using windows xp?

  matt2000 17 Feb 12

It seems you are using a html screenprint like the i.t technitians at my comp use. i reccomend you use ctrl + prt scrn and paste the image into word or any word processor. by the way are you using windows xp?

  matt2000 17 Feb 12

my last response was right. you right click, save page as. This saves the little objects like adverts + buttons etc. that make the website if you are using windows click file, print select MICROSOFT XPS DOCUMENT WRITER or ADOBE PDF this will open 'save as' and shows what whold come out of the normal printer.

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