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Skywalker7
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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

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johndrew

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When you select "Save As .." you should have a window open which allows you to identify where you want to save the page and the file type. If you select a file name it will provide a folder. I suggest you select "Desktop" and leave the name as automatically selected but confirm your file type. You should then simply have the page with no folder; this can be renamed (leave the suffix if it's visible) and moved to wherever you want it kept.

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