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At 10:12 AM -0500 1/23/97, Dawn Langley wrote:
>When I "View Document Source" of an html file from Netscape, there seems to
>be no way of printing the source. There is no toolbar for this function, so I
>can't save or download the file to print it later. Does anyone have any
>suggestions for overriding this problem?
While you are viewing the page in the browser (i.e., seeing the rendered
page, not the source), select the Save As... option under the File menu and
then choose HTML Files as the file type.