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Copy web site to floppy?

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by Lyn Patterson, Nov 21, 2001.

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  1. Lyn Patterson

    Lyn Patterson Thread Starter

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    Is it possible to copy a web site to a floppy disk? A friend who is not on the Internet (but has a computer) needs to study a particular web site for a course she is doing. I thought if I could copy it to a floppy it would save me printing the whole thing out - or is that the only option? Thanks.
     
  2. John Sparkman

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    I don't know if this is what your looking for or not but you can save the page your looking at.

    Just select file and then "Save As". Use the "Save In" drop down to select your floppy drive.

    John
     
  3. Lyn Patterson

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    Thank you , John - this is just what I wanted. I suppose it is too much to hope there is a way to do the whole site at once or is it a case of page by page? Better than printing, anyway. Thanks again for prompt reply.

    Lyn
     
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    Even if you were able to capture the whole website you would quickly run into space on floppy problems. 1.44MB would be exceeded very quickly.
    Dave
     
  5. Lyn Patterson

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    Thank you , Davey - hadn't got that far ! Yes, I can see size would be a problem. My friend may not need the whole site - I'll do a disk or two and let her check it out. Thanks for input.
    Lyn
     
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