More Offline — More readers wrote in with suggestions of how to store Web pages for later offline viewing and printing.
Adam Rosen <[email protected]> recommends DataViz’s Web Buddy, which works much like Web Whacker. It retrieves pages and images, rewrites links, and stores everything for later viewing. It can also be scheduled to download pages at a certain frequency, like every day, or at a specific date and time. It’s available for Windows 95 and Macintosh.
Jon Rosen <[email protected]> suggested MarcoPolo, an Adobe Acrobat-like program that lets you print from any Macintosh application and capture the results in a document that retains the look-and-feel of the original document and can be printed or viewed later.
Chris Pepper <[email protected]> advised that Netscape Composer (formerly Netscape Gold) will download a page and all of its associated graphics for offline editing with a single mouse click.
Windows users, keep those suggestions coming! [GF]