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Saving a document
I am reading a document that has limited availability from a web site. How can I save that document for further reading in the future? Can someone help? Thank you.
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If you open this document in a tab then you can use "Save Page as..." in the File menu or in the "3-bar" Firefox menu button drop-down list or in the right-click context menu on the web page. If it is a link then use "Save Link as..." in the right-click context menu.
If Firefox can't handle this document and you get the "Open with" dialog then you can simply save the file via that dialog.
Hi cor-el, thank you for your reply. When I do what you suggest by accessing file at the top of the page then save page as, 2 lines show up at the bottom of the page. file type, which is the name of the article, and a line that says save page type, which says web page computer. The problem I keep running into is once the file has been saved I have a lot of trouble accessing that page or file I am looking for. When I click on the document that was saved, it doesn't show the document. Right clicking doesn't show the document either. So, can you please explain once I save the page from what ever option I have, 3 of them. Just how do I access that document. It seems I have to jump through hoops to see or read it. Just how do I view the document once it is saved? Maybe you could give detailed instructions as to how to access the document page once it is in my documents. Can you help cor-el. Thank you.