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  • 1. Save a Web Page to your USB
  • 2. Save a Web Page You can “take a picture” of a web site and save it to your USB Drive (flash drive, thumb drive, etc.) The slides that follow will show you how to save a web page or a PDF document to your flash drive.
  • 3. Save a Web Page To save your web page, click file…
  • 4. Save a Web Page Then, save as…
  • 5. Save a Web Page Be sure your USB drive is Find your drive on the plugged in, then select my list, and then double computer to find your drive. click on your drive…
  • 6. Save a Web Page Your drive or folder should now appear at the top of the window. Give your document a name that makes sense to you, and then click save. (Avoid special characters in the name.)
  • 7. Save a Web Page Make sure that your document was saved successfully. Open My Computer. (This will look different for different versions of windows.)
  • 8. Save a Web Page Find your USB drive and double-click…
  • 9. Save a Web Page Find your document, and double-click.
  • 10. Save a Web Page This should successfully open your web page.
  • 11. Save a PDF Document PDF documents are saved in a similar way. First click file. (Note that this depends on your PDF reader – so may have a disk symbol that you can click on.)
  • 12. Save a PDF Document Choose save a copy.
  • 13. Save a PDF Document Be sure your USB drive is Find your drive on the plugged in, then select my list, and then double computer to find your drive. click on your drive…
  • 14. Save a PDF Document Your drive or folder should now appear at the top of the window. Give your document a name that makes sense to you, and then click save. (Avoid special characters in the name.)
  • 15. Save a PDF Document Make sure that your document was saved successfully. Open My Computer. (This will look different for different versions of windows.)
  • 16. Save a PDF Document Find your USB drive and double-click…
  • 17. Save a PDF Document Find your document, and double-click.
  • 18. Save a PDF Document This should successfully open your web page.