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I know that I can search this and move through pages and pages of ways to do it, but this is a matter that I would like to get solved ASAP. I will be leaving soon, and don't have time to work it out somehow. What is the simplest way of getting a bunch of pages saved to my computer so that I can view them when I don't have internet?

All help is greatly appreciated Thanks!
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with chromium all you do is hit the preferences drop menu and click 'save page as'

same goes for mozilla. you just need to thuroughly go throught the menu and find it

if your using IE i know that they removed the 'save website' option about the time IE 7 came around so you may not be able to do the "save page as" either.

your other option is to install an addon to the browser your using to take a screenshot of the entire page your viewing, i havnt downloaded one for chromium yet. but i know that mozilla has one in the extensions(i was using the one that allowed you to download the embedded video of the screen as well, youtube ETC)
    
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with chromium all you do is hit the preferences drop menu and click 'save page as'

same goes for mozilla. you just need to thuroughly go throught the menu and find it

if your using IE i know that they removed the 'save website' option about the time IE 7 came around so you may not be able to do the "save page as" either.

your other option is to install an addon to the browser your using to take a screenshot of the entire page your viewing, i havnt downloaded one for chromium yet. but i know that mozilla has one in the extensions(i was using the one that allowed you to download the embedded video of the screen as well, youtube ETC)
Awesome. Thank you very much. +rep
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