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Hi There,
I wondering if this sounds familair to anyone...
I used to have windows 98 and an older version of int explorer under edit (at the top) I could choose to "edit current page"? I would pop open another window with the current page so I could edit what i was viewing - obviously I couldn't save it and change what was written perminently but it let me print it off. Is there any way I get that feature back or free software I can download to do so. Its really handy.
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Well, the IE 5 use to have Front Page Express built-in the IE suite, but that is no more. What i do now is go to Edit, then Source and click it. The coding opens up in notepad. I save the notepad file to my computer and then use NVU free editing software to look at the page on my computer. Hope this helps with what you want to do.

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