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Old 05-22-2006, 02:39 PM
sogey1 sogey1 is offline
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I am new to computers.I am currenlt subscribed to a site for q&a test prep.My subscription will expire tomorrow.
i need to save the pages offline but the qs open in a new window and there is no way to save the pages?
any program that can capture the pages or help me save them?
I tried prinscreen but it takes tooo long,I need something faster.
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Old 05-22-2006, 04:22 PM
Devine9 Devine9 is offline
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should be able to use wget or teleport pro.

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Old 05-28-2006, 12:38 AM
quitsendingmetrash quitsendingmetrash is offline
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wget and teleport pro are both great utilities for this. You can also use Acrobat Professional to download the whole site into a pdf. Not always as good but sometimes it is convenient. I have an outdated copy of searchlores in pdf form! Ended up around 65MB. Alot easier to navigate it than all the links running everywhere in html form on that site.

Either way it would be beneficial to learn how to use wget. You can write custom scripts in various languages that call upon wget to grab data for you and then you can alter/use the data it fetches with your program. Alot quicker than writing the fetching code yourself.

Google for "WGET for Windows"
If you are on a *nix box, you will have no trouble finding wget.
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