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How do you see all files on a web page?

I am doing an analysis on how a certain web page works.  How do you see all the files involved when you are taking a look at a web page?
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What do you mean by "all the files involved"? Are you referring to the html, images, scripts, stylesheets, etc. involved? If so, have you tried Fiddler?
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you can also just save the whole html page by doing a cntr+S or cmd+S for a mac to save the whole page. Make sure that you choose save whole webpage in the dialogue. Choose a destination and click ok.
Open up the folder where you saved the webpage and you'll see all the files involved in there. To see what is in the files a common texteditor is needed. I recommend Notepad++ for Windows and Komodo Editor for Mac.
Firefox and Firebug may be helpful.  Also, there is a web site copier called HTTrack.
Wget is a Linux command that can download an entire website. There is also a Windows version of it here.