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With OSX's built-in .pdf capability, saving web pages is super easy and you get to capture the full beauty of the page (layout, colors, and images intact).

Here are the quick and easy steps:
  1. From your browser (OmniWeb, etc.) press Command+P (or select File -> Print).
  2. At Print window, click on "Preview".
  3. You'll be brought to Preview program; select File->Save as PDF.
That's it. Happy viewing your saved, perfectly-preserved web pages.

--Vip Malixi
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not on ie5.1
Authored by: salamandyr on Apr 14, '01 07:06:05PM

doesn't seem to work with the included ie5.1 preview - my file menu items are completely greyed out when trying the tip

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Yes in IE 5.1
Authored by: robg on Apr 20, '01 01:11:31AM

I just tried it, and it worked fine. Do you have a printer installed in OS X? That may be causing the problem...

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No need for
Authored by: dseang on Apr 20, '01 03:13:03AM

There's no need to use; at the print dialogue box, change popup menu from "Copies & Pages" to "Output Options", select on "Save as PDF File", click "Save....".

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