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How to view saved webpages IE11


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tjmcs

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I saved a webpage for offline viewing by going to the gear icon, file, save as, web pages whole, and saved. Now, how do I open the page?

 

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Yisroel

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Hi tjmcs,

 

There are two ways to open the saved web page.

  1. You can navigate in File Explorer to the location you saved the web page. There you'll find a file with the file extension .htm and the filename is the same as the title of the page you've saved. Double-click on that .htm file and the page will open in your default browser.
  2. In the browser use the shortcut Control+O to bring up the Open dialog, and from there navigate to the said file, and when it is selected click Ok/Open.

Hope this helps.


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Yisroel,

 

Mine was actually saved as .mhtml. Since you said it would open, I double-clicked it. Took 21 minutes. Since it will open, thank you very much.

 

tjmcs


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