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all inclusive saving

I noticed a question in the office area that didn't have a complete answer and I was wondering the same thing.  If browsing a page using Netscape or IE and you save as, the entire page is saved and opening it as a local file displays images as well as text.  Is there a way to do this with a page that is being authored?  For example using Hot Dog, Front Page express or another shareware type authoring program?
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griffen
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hagenjCommented:
I program you might want to try in Aarvark Pro which can be found at tucows. It has a build in detail, no need to go to a browser. It also has many wizards to make simple HTML pages
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griffenAuthor Commented:
I will give it a try, I can't seem to find a command to change it in Front Page.  I know that in other office documents you have a choice to link to a picture or include it in the actual document, i don't understand why one can't do that in Front Page.  I guess it is an HTML thing which if I knew I would have to bother with Front Page.  Thank you very much.
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