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Saving Websites

WebZIP gives you 3 ways of saving a website.

1. On your hard drive - WebZIP downloads and saves all items of a Web site uncompressed, within a special folder on your local hard disk, called your Personal Intranet. The default location is c:\MyIntranet.

2. HTML-Help (CHM) File - Using the new FAR add-in tool for WebZIP, you can compile your downloaded content to HTML-Help. With just a few clicks, you get a single compressed HTML-Help file, complete with: Table of Contents, Index and Full-Text Search capabilities of your captured Web site.

3. WebZIP also gives you the option of archiving your captured Webs to ZIP files.

The ability to save your Webs within a single HTML Help (CHM) file or ZIP file, makes WebZIP a great tool for archiving Web material and distribution.







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