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saving html files by "make available offline"

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hello

I have win 98 and MS IE 5.0
I have saved some web pages from IE ( by "make available offline" )
I can view those html files from IE but I cant find where the html
files are stored. But I would like to save them to floppy or cd.
is it possible ?
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Question by:smike
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by:hewittg
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Smike,
Look in your windows\temporary internet files directory


Glenn

Also,
try a search of *.html to find the one you are looking for.
Than you can save to floppy.
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compmania earned 100 total points
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IE puts the files into the windows\Offline Web Pages dir, the only way to access them is to double click on the file (it does not have an extention) and it will open IE, I don't know if this will work with other copies of IE but it should.

Hope that helps.
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by:smike
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somehow FAR didnt show me any files there
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