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jerry_1987

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How can we do offline browsing in IE7. The one which we have visited earlier and brosing history and temporary internet files are not cleared.

Do we have some settings.

Pls help.
 
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I realize that this may not be exactly what you want, but you can make one of your favorites available for Offline Browsing, by selecting the option in the 'Add Favorites' dialogue.
(More info on Microsoft)
 
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To view your favorite websites offline

• Select the Make available offline check box


There is, unfortunately, a catch. In order to make a website available offline Internet Explorer must download it. This process is not a big deal if you only need one page, but if you want to peruse the links on the page, or worse still the links of the links, you are talking about quite a bit of downloading. You can set how many layers Internet Explorer downloads and how often it downloads them by clicking offline settings.

Tip: For those folks who aren't interested in offline settings (that is, most folks with broadband connections), click the small Less options button to truncate the favorites center box and hide the offline options.
 

jerry_1987

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Where can i find this option in ie7....(available offine)..i know saving a website...but in ie6 i was able to browse any site which i have visited earlier without making them fav.
 
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right click and choose properties on the favourite you want to view

click web document tab and check view offline
 
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Have you got a favourite web page you want to view
then right click
chose properties
wev docuument and check the box

 
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I'm no expert but IE7 appears to removed this preature which was previously available on IE6. If you hear of a solution let me know.

Thanks
 
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