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Short cut !Still I can't move a web page to my desk top

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by robert 1945, Jan 22, 2007.

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    robert 1945 Thread Starter

    Jan 16, 2007
    HI All
    This is the second call for assistance !
    I'm on page 15 jan.16th. robert 1945 " I can't create a short cut to my desk top '

    I still have the same problem ? If I find a link on a web page I click on file left top
    scroll down to (SAVE AS ) my location box appears I click on desk top
    the screen appears with the name of the page. Just below this in a file type box, it reads, "whole web page"
    I click save . This does not go to the desktop screen. But I will find it listed in the document?
    So then I click on thisin the document's, a box appears saying windows can't find this page.
    I go back to the document's and right click on the web name again and "create a short cut" comes, up I press shortcut and this will go to my desktop, BUT then again I click on the desk top icon for this page and again the window pops up with the little flashlight saying Windows can't find this page

    I have tried everything sugested back on January 16th page 15 and this has no results
    perhaps someone might have run into this problem. I tried asking on a forum called Sillyog701 This forum is for people who use Nestcape as their Browser.
    I have had no luck there either.

    Robert 1945
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