Why can I not save any page from Experian Credit report?
I can save pages from the other two Credit Bureau websites, but when I try to save any pages from the Experian web site, I only end up with a blank white page on my hard drive. Doesn't matter which computer OS I am using. (Windows 7 or windows 10) There is no "save as .pdf" option at Experian, so I try to save as "Webpage complete," but can get nothing by a blank white page on my Hard Drive.
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The site has some code so you can not print it, I would guess the want you to pay for a hard copy.
With your Win 10 you can take a screenshot, save it locally as png then print it.: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/firefox-screenshots
Please let us know if this solved your issue or if need further assistance.
Thank you for your response; very much appreciated.
I read the link you attached above about doing FF screen shots. However, when I selected the page actions dots, the box that came up has no screen shot option. The last option in that box is "Send Tab to Device."
I know how to take screen shots with Irfanview, but it only shows what is on the screen at the time. Thus, if I were to do that, I would have to take at least 4 screen shots for each page of a document that is many pages long. I would have to take like 80 or 90 screen shots and even if I had a great amount of time available to me to do that, I don't know any way to merge all the screen shots so that I could SAVE ONE DOCUMENT ON MY HARD DRIVE, of that credit report.
Is there any way I can override their code which prevents me from saving the entire document, either as a html document, or a .PDF document TO MY HARD DRIVE? Can you identify that specific code and where it is in the document, so that I can look at it myself?
Thank you for whatever additional help you might be able to provide.
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Depending on what platform you use, you might be able to print to a PDF. When opening the print menu (Ctrl-P) on Windows 10, there is a "Print to PDF" option (in the printer selection menu) which can be used to print the current page to a PDF. In macOS, the same feature exists (small PDF menu in bottom left corner of print menu).
EDIT: From Windows Vista to Windows 8 you can also print to an XPS using the "Microsoft XPS Printer"