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Old 12-05-2011, 08:24 AM
Johnny
 
Default copying images and data to document?

You can get a add on(PDF Download for Firefox to copy a page to PDF
Good Luck and God Bless Johnny3

On 12/05/2011 08:49 AM, LinuxIsOne wrote:

On Mon, Dec 5, 2011 at 8:04 AM, Mark Widdicombe
<markwiddicombe@gmail.com> wrote:


How can we copy paste the web data - images, texts, and every thing to
the documents...? Openoffice is not doing that, is there anyother
thing in which if we just copy and paste and save => we are ready to
view it exactly like we used while we were on line and we could
see...?

If you use Chrome or Firefox you can install the Scrapbook extension to save
pages for viewing offline.

Apart from it if I want to copy in the documents, like word or
something like that, is there any utility?




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Old 12-05-2011, 11:59 AM
LinuxIsOne
 
Default copying images and data to document?

Hi,

How can we copy paste the web data - images, texts, and every thing to
the documents...? Openoffice is not doing that, is there anyother
thing in which if we just copy and paste and save => we are ready to
view it exactly like we used while we were on line and we could
see...?

Thanks.

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Old 12-05-2011, 12:04 PM
Mark Widdicombe
 
Default copying images and data to document?

On 5 December 2011 14:59, LinuxIsOne <reallife@hmamail.com> wrote:

Hi,



How can we copy paste the web data - images, texts, and every thing to

the documents...? Openoffice is not doing that, is there anyother

thing in which if we just copy and paste and save => we are ready to

view it exactly like we used while we were on line and we could

see...?



Thanks.

If you use Chrome or Firefox you can install the Scrapbook extension to save pages for viewing offline.*
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Old 12-05-2011, 12:49 PM
LinuxIsOne
 
Default copying images and data to document?

On Mon, Dec 5, 2011 at 8:04 AM, Mark Widdicombe
<markwiddicombe@gmail.com> wrote:

>> How can we copy paste the web data - images, texts, and every thing to
>> the documents...? Openoffice is not doing that, is there anyother
>> thing in which if we just copy and paste and save => we are ready to
>> view it exactly like we used while we were on line and we could
>> see...?

> If you use Chrome or Firefox you can install the Scrapbook extension to save
> pages for viewing offline.

Apart from it if I want to copy in the documents, like word or
something like that, is there any utility?

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Old 12-05-2011, 01:29 PM
LinuxIsOne
 
Default copying images and data to document?

On Mon, Dec 5, 2011 at 4:24 AM, Johnny <candj01@att.net> wrote:

> You can get a add on(PDF Download for Firefox to copy a page to PDF
> Good Luck and God Bless Johnny3

Oh thanks but can I do like this also: means if I want to truncate
some part(s) of that whole page (like: advertisements, etc..)..?

Thanks.

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