Combine web pages

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Frogston

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I want to combine several web pages by my ISP into one web page and then do further editing before printing it out.

I want an easy and moderate priced software to do this, with out requiring fancy HTML foot work.

The object in doing this is to cut repetitions, and save paper as I can print on both sides of the paper.

This is for my own use and I do not intend putting the combined page back on the web.

Frogston
 

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Wayne
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why not copy into word - you can open webpages into word - or cut and past into word, then print off
you can also save word as html - so if you have word a very cheap alternative (free)
 

Frogston

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I do have Word but is version 97 which is less powerful for editing web pages.

I have on many occasions highlighted web page content then pasted as plain text into Word 97, then edited, but it is a slow and painful process. You also lose pictures and headings.

A straight page copy and page paste gives you a lot of unhelpful formats and boxes.

I currently have a 30 day evaluation copy of dreamweaver which I am playing around with to see how it works. Would that solve my need?

By the way I am marked as a Junior, with 42 years of computer experience and now retired, I should be marked down as a senior. How can I edit Junior?
 

buf

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Frogston, Sr. vs Jr. has to do with the number of posts you make in TSG. Everyone is a Junior until 100 posts have been made, I think.
Can't help you with the other problem :)

EDIT: Don't know for sure but I think those 100 posts involve different subjects and each post counts toward the 100 requirement.
ALSO, welcome to TSG and I think you will be happy here and perhaps we all will make use of your 42 years of experience.
 
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