If you have accessed a long text file on the net, you may want to save it for later to read off-line (especially if you're paying per minute for connection time!). You can also print it out later as well.
First, check to make sure that the WHOLE file is loaded. Watch the indicator at the bottom of your browser, or hit CONTROL+END to take you to the bottom of the document to see if it is all there.
To SAVE a WEB PAGE:
From the MAIN MENU at the top of your browser, click FILE. Then, from the drop-down menu click SAVE AS...
The dialog box that comes up will probably suggest you save it under C:\WINDOWS by default. For a text file however, we suggest you select the location where you save your Word Processing program's text files. For Microsoft Word this would probably be "C:\My Documents" or for Word Perfect it would be "C:\My Files"). Having chosen the location where you want the text saved, now check the "file name" box. Enter your preferred new File Name for the text (otherwise our given file name will automatically be entered). Click the SAVE button, and that's it. Just be sure to remember *what it's called, and *where you saved it! Now you can go on surfing, or go off-line and exit your browser program.
To ACCESS the SAVED TEXT:
Call up your Word Processing Program, hit OPEN FILE and select the saved text file. If you don't see it, make sure you have selected "ALL FILES" because the text will be stored as a web page in .html format. Now you can work with it in the normal way, adjusting margins, spacing, title and text size etc to suit your own personal requirements. When you save it, you can save it as it came, in .html format, or in your word processing format (the file menu or your SAVE AS option will give you the choice).
To PRINT the SAVED TEXT:
To print, select PRINT under the FILE Menu.
To save paper on a long text you can print both sides of each page, first the ODD pages, then a second run through for the EVEN pages. In Microsoft WORD 6 or 7, the PRINT dialog box will show an option-box labeled "All pages in range". Click the right-hand down-arrow to display the option of "Odd and Even Pages". Click on ODD pages, followed by the "OK to print" button that comes up below it. Your printer will then print all the odd-numbered pages on one side of the paper only.
For the second (evens) run we suggest you change your printer's settings to MANUAL feed which will avoid any Auto-load Tray miss-feeds which could throw-out the proper page sequence. Turn the pile of pages over so that you are starting again from the first page. Make sure that you put them in the right way up; if in doubt try a blank page before using manual feed in order to be quite sure how to feed your particular printer (head in or head last, face up or face down).
Click again on PRINT under the FILE menu, now selecting "EVEN pages" then the "OK to print button". The program will then print-out the correct sequence of even-numbered pages on the reverse side of the previously printed odd-numbered pages. After each page is manually fed, simply bring the printer back ON LINE and the program will automatically resume printing.
In the case of Word Perfect 6 or 7, when you call up the PRINT function from the FILE Menu, the Print Dialog Box will show an option for "Two-Sided Printing". Click on this and you will see down on the left hand side an option under "Manual (Two steps)" for –" Front: odd pages (step 1)", which you should use for the first run, followed by a click on the PRINT button at bottom of dialog-box. For the second "even-pages" run, select the caption underneath it – "Back: even pages (Step 2)", followed by PRINT.
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