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Old 02-21-2010, 06:57 AM   #1
Andrew B.
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Default MHTML Web Archive (mht file extension)

For those who overlooked it, the MHTML web archive is a single file archive of a web page. And as we know, another way to do this is via Acrobat to PDF. But as far as I know, this can only be done easily if Acrobat knows how to add a button to your browser. Otherwise you have to print to PDF, which doesn't save the page as it is, but instead breaks it up as if it is printing to paper.

The MHTML format is not supported on all browsers.

BTW, if someone knows how to add a PDF button to Opera so I don't have to print to pdf, I'm all ears.

Attached is an MHT file of this forum.
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