||You have found a web page
of which you need the entire text saved to disk. Examples might be the Declaration
of Independence or A Tale of Two Cities. You may be providing disk copies so that
your students can easily annotate the document or conduct string searches of the text.
||Be aware that when using
this technique, you will only be saving the text of the web page. The resulting file
will be a text or ASCII file without images and other multimedia.
||Load the web page into your
||Pull down the File
menu and select Save as...
||A standard file dialog box
will appear, standard to Windows 3.x, 95, or Mac OS. Use the dialog box to find a
logical location on your disk(s) to save the file.
Enter a filename for the file with ".txt" as the file
extension. Make sure that the Save as type: section is set
to Plain Text (*.txt).
||Your browser will save the
file to the target location on your disk as a text file. You should be able to load
this file into any word processor and most web editors.