Webpage saver?

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  1. bouncer

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    Trying to get a reply quickly, Im looking for a free webpage saver that will save the webpage/site and content on website, as im not going to have access to net for a few weeks and im looking at several tutorail some are in text and pictures most are on youtube

    I dont really want anything that lets me downlaod from youtueb and stuff just want to look at it all offline I suppose
     
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    If it's just a bog standard page, then just save it via Windows Internet Explorer. However, if it's got a video embedded (like youtube). Then just copy the video from your download temp/cache folder and put it to one side. Then install something that can play youtube videos - like FLVPlayer.
     
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    Links/Suggesions would have been nice,

    Also Can't figure out how to d it in IE7, Can't find it! IE6 was so much easyer!
     
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    Well to save a webpage in IE, just do File > Save.

    To rip a youtube video, just let it download then find it in your temp folder. And copy to your desktop.

    eg:

    [youtube]CejaCa6Eewc[/youtube]

    will appear as *CejaCa6Eewc* in your temp folder: C:\Documents and Settings\YOURUSERNAME\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files

    To play them you'll need FLVPlayer. Honestly, some people are so lazy, can't even do a simple Google search.
     

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