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    Beth,

    That is a good way of dealing with the information in this forum.
    So far I just printed the thread and stored is some where, just to collect dust.
    Your way makes the information much more accessible.

    Robert
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    You're welcome. :)
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    Alternatively, if you use Outlook Express to access the forums as a
    newsgroup, you can copy the entire thread to a folder in OE, the same as if
    you were managing email.


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    Byron,

    I am using OE but wouldn't know where to look for this folder.
    Can I find it under extra's?

    Robert
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    Robert,

    Do you mean that you are already using OE to read the Adobe forums as a
    newsgroup?

    If so, here's what I do to save messages:

    In the Folders list pane, click on "Local Folders". On the menu, click
    File -> New -> Folder. In the resulting "Create Folder" dialog, pick a name
    for the folder (i.e. 'How to save forum threads'). In the lower portion,
    select where you wish to place the new message folder. (I first created a
    folder "Saved Forum Topics", then create topic-specific folders within that
    main folder).

    After your folder is created, you should see it in the folder tree in the
    Folders pane. Go back to the newsgroup, and find the thread you wish to
    save.

    Simply click-drag the messages you want to keep from the message list into
    your new folder. A copy is magically made!

    You can choose to save single messages, or many at once, up to the entire
    thread. You have seen that the first message in a thread has a + or -
    symbol next to it, depending on whether you have expanded the thread, or
    not. If you drag a message with no symbol, or the - symbol, only that
    message is copied. If you drag a message with the + symbol, that message
    and all responses to that message are copied.

    That may be enough to get you going... I hope so.

    If not, write back and we'll add more.

    Byron


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    Byron,

    Thank you for taking the time to explain in great detail how to save threads via OE.
    Whilst I was on screen looking for the folders list pane I realised that I don't use OE to get to this forum, because I couldn't find the list pane.
    I come in through the front door, i.e. via the Adobe website and then through to this forum.
    Which must mean that OE doesn't come into play at all.

    I apologise for the inconvenience caused.

    Robert
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    If using a IE, 'show all messages' as Barbara said, then file>save as will save the whole thread as is.

    I normally save to 'My Webs', you get a title page and a folder that belongs to it.

    Paul
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