Is there a product that will save web pages so I can view them offline...

or even if they shut down the website, that I could view them later, videos and text and backgrounds and everything, just like I would be looking at the actual webpage? For instance, somehow to save them as a pdf or something.

Does anybody know any? Sorry if you dont understand me, I'll try to reiterate if you dont.

EDIT: I want to save the whole website, I mean, sorry if i wasn't clear..

i'm looking for custom guitar shops, and so I want to keep the webpages available for later in case the internet isn't working or something.
Check out my music, if you please.
Last edited by GuitaristXakk at Aug 1, 2008,
Firefox can i think, go to file save pages as webpage complete.
dunno if it works, but worth a try
just save teh webpage,

as Whatley2212 said
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Get Firefox.

Find the page you want saved.

Right click the page and select 'Save Page As...'.

You're done.
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