Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Printing a Web Page
You can make a printed copy of most Web pages. Web pages can be any size and
often do not fit on one sheet of 8 1 ⁄ 2
11 (letter) paper. Instead, the browser automati-
cally reformats the page to fit on standard letter-size paper, so one Web page may take
several sheets of paper to print. If you want to print a Web page using your computer’s
default print settings, you can click the Print button on the Standard Buttons toolbar. If
you want to change the settings, you must open the Print dialog box, which you access
from the File menu.
Susan likes the simple, straightforward layout of the Centre Mills home page, and she
wants to show Preston the design. She asks you to print this page.
To print the bed-and-breakfast home page:
1. Make sure the page you want to print is displayed in the browser window.
2. Click File on the menu bar, and then click Print to open the Print dialog box.
3. Make sure the printer you need to use is selected, the All option button is selected in the
Page Range section, and the Number of copies box shows you want to print one copy.
4. Click the Print button to print the Web page and close the Print dialog box.
Saving a Web Page
You have learned how to use most of the Internet Explorer tools for loading Web pages
and saving favorites. Now, you’ll learn how to save a Web page.
You need to display the Web page that you want to save and then open the Save Web
Page dialog box from the File menu. There are several options for saving a Web page,
depending on what portion of the Web page you want. The “Web Page, complete” option
(the default) saves the entire Web page, including its graphics and other elements that
make up the page. When you save the complete Web page, Internet Explorer saves an
HTML file and a folder with all of the site’s related files, including page elements such as
images and sounds. If you select the “Web Archive, single file” option, you will save a
“picture” of the current Web page. You might use this option if you want to send a copy of
the Web page to someone in an e-mail message.
The two other options—“Web Page, HTML only” and “Text File”—let you save just the
HTML code or the text from the Web page, respectively, without saving the graphics,
frames, or styles on the Web page.
Susan and Preston like the design layout of the Centre Mills Bed and Breakfast home page,
and they want you to save the home page so they can show it to Martha at Capital Ads.
To save the bed-and-breakfast home page:
1. Make sure the B&B home page you want to save is displayed in the browser window.
(Note that this can be a B&B Web page of your choice; it doesn’t have to be the home
page for Centre Mills.)
Trouble? If you cannot display a B&B home page, display the Browser and E-mail
2. Click File on the menu bar, and then click Save As to open the Save Web Page dialog box.
3. Navigate to the BEB\Tutorial folder included with your Data Files.