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Solved: how to save a webpage from IE 8 as archieve?

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by momtaz, Apr 11, 2010.

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  1. momtaz

    momtaz Thread Starter

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    Hi guys..

    usually when I want to save a certain wepage in IE7 as archive I do the following steps:

    I click: File>save as> after that select: Web Archive, single file (*.mht) then click save and done,
    Now, I am using IE8, I could not find the top icons : File, Edit, View, Favourites, etc..
    how can get these icons displayed in my browser? and how to do the same steps to save a webpage as mentioned in above?

    I will appreciate if any helpful steps that will guide me to find the solution, many thanks in advance,
     
  2. Mumbodog

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    Go to the Tools icon on the right side, open it and go to toolbars, when it opens check menu bar

    Saving a webpage is the same for IE8

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  3. momtaz

    momtaz Thread Starter

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    Hi Mumbodog, was done..! Thank you very much, i appreciate it for you,
    thanks alot
     
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    You are welcome.

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