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How to save the HTM when in Full Windows Internet Explore Windows 8

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How can we save the HTM in the IE of Windows 8 when the IE is in FULL mode? (in Desktop mode we can do as always, right-click >> save or File >> save)
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oops. Wrong - with "full mode", you mean the IE10 app, right? Will have a look.
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I see no other solution but to rightclick the page, select "view on the desktop" and safe from there as you normally would.
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More: it's the monkey wrench icon "page tools" where "view on the desktop" is hidden behind". That icon appears when you rightclick a page.
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Ok seems like a solution, but we would like not to exit the Full Mode.

Is there another way to have this function in Full Mode?
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ok will close, no answer to my last entry.
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We wanted to this task within Full Mode, but this answer ok.
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