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Viewing .mht files


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I saved an important web page in my office using internet explorer 7. It saved as *.mht file. Considering that I do not currently have internet at home, how would I open the file???
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It seems most other web browsers don't directly support .mht files. Someone wrote some plugins for other browsers that you could give a try.

http://www.unmht.org/en_index.html

Though it might be hard to get if you don't have internet at home to download them. Do you have a flash drive or something that you could download it at work to take home?

My other suggestion would be to save it as a pdf.
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