Sharing, Saving, and Printing Web Stuff

It's nice to save a few trees by not printing any more than necessary. But sometimes you want to keep a copy of a web page for a long time, or you want to share it with others.

Even if you only print a few things, the regular settings and steps for printing may leave you with a lot of extra pages and information you don't need. If you want to save the web page as a web file, sometimes that's not much better than printing. And we've all had the experience of clicking a web link we saved or somebody sent us long ago and getting a “Web page could not be found” message.

Fortunately there are several ways you can use printing more efficiently, save web pages to usable files, and share content from web pages ...

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