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TIPS FOR BETTER WEB BROWSING:

Save Papers Locally

Want to save Clinical Medicine NetPrints papers in HTML?

To save a copy of ClinMed NetPrints articles (and the related graphics) to your local computer, do the following:

Netscape:

  1. Go to the HTML version of the article you wish to save.

  2. From the "File" menu choose "Edit". This will open the article in Netscape's "Composer" product.

  3. choose "Save as..." from the File menu and save the article to a new directory that you've created for this purpose. This is important because you will be saving all of the graphics files from this article and if you save it to your desktop things can get cluttered.

Internet Explorer:

  1. Go to the HTML version of the article you wish to save.

  2. Chose 'Save' or 'Save as' and select the 'Web page, complete' or 'Web archive' option and save the article to a new directory that you've created for this purpose. This is important because you will be saving all of the graphics files from this article and if you save it to your desktop things can get cluttered.

To return to the page you were just on, click your browser's "Back" button.

This Tip for Better Web Browsing is part of a set of tips that has been developed to help you use ClinMed NetPrints faster, better and easier.

A complete set of Tips is available. To let us know if this Tip was helpful to you, or to send suggestions for other tips, please send us Feedback.


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