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    Keeping windows secrets issues

    i use to download incomimg WS issues in order to have them handy in my HD. Until quite a few months ago I just opened the full issues and copy+pasted them to a Word file without any problem. From the time the formatting of the Issues was changed, including the change of the illustration's format from jpeg to png, after the copy+paste operation the figures did not appear in the Word document. I had to save each figure to disk and then paste it to its place in the document. I sent an e-mail to WS editor but did not receive any response. Does anybody an easier way to solve this problem, Thanks in advance from Argentine Patagonia Atila E. Gosztonyi

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    In Internet Explorer click on File/Save As then browse to a suitable folder (if necessary click on "new folder" in the navigation toolbar and enter a name for the new folder) then save the webpage to your local hard drive.
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    Try: Save as "web archive, single file *.mht".
    Works for me.
    Invest a little time and energy in a well thought out BACKUP regimen and you will have minimal down time, and headache.

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