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How do I make a website available offline in IE 8

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Hello,

I need the steps to make a couple of websites available for offline reading.

Thank you!
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TonyReba:

The website I need to view offline is a whole book that I read online, would the proposed solution allow me to read the book offline?

Thanks!
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yes it should
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TonyReba:

It is not working for me.

I saved the file (following the instructions in the article), but when I try to open it while offline, and I receive the following message:
"Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage"

Any other idea?

Thanks.
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Did u try the app in the link I posted?
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No, I have not try the app you posted, for two reasons:
I would like to find the solution within IE, if this is feasible.
I don't to pay for a third-party solution, unless I have to.

Nelson
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Nothing come our to my mind other than downloading free FireFox annd installing offline browsing plunging
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If I install FireFox in my laptop... does that mean I can't use IE anymore, because I am replacing my browser with Firefox?

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No. You still can use both. Try it out . Once u installed search for the offline browsing pluggins
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One last question... I am running Windows 7, 64bit, would Firefox run fine?
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Positive
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I will try, and get back to you.

Thanks.
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Firefox did not work. It works partially, but not good enough.
I am going to download the other application, and try it before I buy it.

Thank you.
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