How to view a MHTML file

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AntonABC

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I saved a web site containing several pages on my computer.The file
is now saved as MHTML
Now the web site is taken off the web and I wonder how can I open the
MHTML file to view all pages ?
I use Windows XP and the file was saved using Internet Explorer 8.

I appreciate your help

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AntonABC

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Double click the MHTML file, what happens?

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When left double clicking a window opens " Windows Picture and Fax Viewer" with message
"No preview available"

When right clicking and opening with Internet Explorer the first page of the saved web pages shows
but no the following pages.

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When right clicking and opening with Internet Explorer the first page of the saved web pages shows
but no the following pages.
This is normal, when you save a webpage in IE8, it only saves the current viewed webpage and any links or external images. You would have to navigate to each page and save it individually.



http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MHTML

Internet Explorer
The .mht format was introduced in 1999 with Internet Explorer 5.[1] Saving in this format allows users to save a web page and its resources as a single MHTML file called a "Web Archive", where all images and linked files will be saved as a single entity.It may, however, be unable to save certain complex web pages correctly, especially those containing scripts.
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