2. The article [Q235589] states that when you attempt to save a Web page using the Web Page complete (*.htm;*.html) or Web Archive single file (*.mht) options in IE, you may receive the follow error message when you attempt to save a Web page that was created using Excel 2000:
Error Saving Web Page.
This Web page could not be saved.
Note: One of the Microsoft Partners wrote the following, which in my opinion is not fully explained in the reference provided nor have I found a reported solution - only that this is a possibility and to tell the Web Site Manager to get their act together:
Quote: "A probable cause is that the web page contains a link to a StyleSheet which resides on a different server than the one where the page is located. After some recent security update (MS02-023 Patch or later), Internet Explorer blocks access to StyleSheet code if the code is on a different domain/server. This is why the page fails to be saved. For more information about MS02-023, please see: "MS02-023: Patch Available to Disable Frames in the Restricted Sites Zone (Q322928)." Unquote
3. The article [Q243254] discusses saving a Web page using the Web Page Complete option where the page has to be completely parsed and re-written to contain local paths for all page resources. As the page is re-written it is saved in the most efficient form possible. According to the WWW Consortiums (W3C) HTML 4.0 spec -- the quotes around all attribute tags are recommended but not required:
"In certain cases, authors may specify the value of an attribute without any quotation marks. The attribute value may only contain letters (a-z and A-Z), digits (0-9), hyphens (ASCII decimal 45), and periods (ASCII decimal 46). We recommend using quotation marks even when it is possible to eliminate them."
When required, IE will include the quotes in the page.
If you use IE as a parsing engine, you should consider using the DHTML Editing Control. This control does not remove the quote marks from HTML when saving files.
Caveats:. You're simply not saving a page of information you're seeing:
a. Access this "URL" that opens in a separate window.
b. Click File, Save As from the main menu, and save the page [Web Page complete (*.htm,*.html) - Western European (Windows)] to your Windows\Temp folder as USATODAY -- delete everything from the filename line except this word.
c. After this page saves, right-click Start, select Explorer. Progress to the Windows\Temp folder and ascertain that the file saved is there. Also note for your information, you will find at least a second folder labeled, C:\WINDOWS\Temp\USATODAY_files consisting of twenty to thirty files that make up the entire save.
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