Microsoft Web articles - printing/collating

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee382297(WS.10).aspx

This is an example of a  Microsoft 'Web article' and it is common that I get directed to links such as this when I'm researching information about MS product. How do I print this type of article/PDF it as a whole for future reference so I can sit down and read it off-line, make notes on it, etc.  There doesn't seem to be an option to do that - I have to click each subheading of the article and they in turn have subsections. Is there no way to simply print/capture electronically in one file/document the entire section one is interested in? I'm not even sure where I would post this in Experts so if there is a better place to post I would appreciate knowing.
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scriven_jCommented:

The link you sent is basically a whole section of the website, so there is not an easy way to print this all off, however if you read the link you sent, there is a section called "about this guide" which links to a Word document which was the source for this section of the website:-

http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?displaylang=en&id=23801

I would suggest looking for something similar on your other links (if there isn't one on a link you are sent, then go up a level in the directory structure until you find something).

Hope this helps?
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lineonecorpAuthor Commented:
Thanks but I think I sent you an unrepresentative example . Unfortunately most of them are more like this:
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff358694.aspx - or perhaps you can also spot a guide lurking in here.

I thought there was a way to download, if not print,all the contents of a series of related Web pages as one big file. Have you ever come across that?
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scriven_jCommented:
Just did a search on the topic and found this:-

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee886315.aspx

You should be able to find something similar for most Microsoft technologies.
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lineonecorpAuthor Commented:
Great. Thanks. What exactly are you using to search? For instance in this case on the link I included the heading was "Forefront Unified Access Gateway" Did you then search for that ' + download  + guide' and if so where - Google, Technet?  


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scriven_jCommented:

You could use Google with site:microsoft.com in the search field to focus in on the Microsoft site, but in that example I just used the Bing / Microsoft search from the page that the link you posted took me too.  I just searched on "forefront unified access gateway"

Alternatively you can search from the Technet root:-

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/ms376608.aspx

The Microsoft site has a wealth of information and downloads, so you should be able to find anything you want within a couple of searches!  I'd start with the product name and if that doesn't turn up what you want, then try adding the words "guide", "download" or "white paper" should help.

At the very least the above should help you find the homepage for a particular product, which is where you would expect to most relevant downloads.

Hope this helps!
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lineonecorpAuthor Commented:
Great stuff. Every idea helps. Thanks.
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lineonecorpAuthor Commented:
I almost forgot. Maybe I can return the favour. I found this site in the process of digging around based on your tips - http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=732. Looks pretty good.
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scriven_jCommented:
That does look handy. Thanks!
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