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You didn't say so, but it sounds like you are asking this question because
you want to clip graphics out of the web pages and alter them in Photoshop
or save them in a particular graphic format. Am I right? If so, you should
just save the individual graphics themselves, not the whole HTML file. I
believe you can right-click an image in Netscape and save the image locally
as a .gif, .jpg, or .png.
From: Yeimy Garcia [mailto:ycgarcia -at- hotmail -dot- com]
Sent: Wednesday, November 24, 1999 9:58 AM
Is there a way to take a HTML file and save it as an image? In other words,
how can I challenge Screen Shots?
I'm trying to save a page that I am viewing in Netscape...
I found that the only two ways I can save it are as - an HTML file or a Text
file. Is there anyway I can make it a graphic and open it in Photoshop
without having to actually take screen shots and mess with the resolution
until I get the perfect size?
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