This is quite easy to do when using Internet Explorer. When viewing
any page, simply click on FILE at the top left-hand portion of your
browser. After that, you can click on SEND --> PAGE BY EMAIL. This
will bring up your email client with a copy of the current browser
page attached. Just type in the email address you want to send it to.
You can send it to yourself, just put in your own address in to TO:
column. This method will allow you to send a copy of the page that can
be viewed while offline as it's not just a link back to the data, it's
a complete copy of the page. You could send it as a link back to the
original page by following those same instructions except choosing
SEND --> LINK BY EMAIL.
I tested this using Internet Explorer version 6. I think it would work
with version 5 or 5.5, but cannot be for certain since I no longer
have them to test.
Looking at Netscape, there is no such feature (at least not in version
6) so another option would be to actually SELECT all of the text on
the screen (CTRL+A) then COPY the data to the clipboard (CTRL+C). Then
you can load Microsoft Word or Wordpad and PASTE (CTRL+V) the data
into a new document. From there you can click on FILE --> SEND or FILE
--> SEND TO and then MAIL RECIPIENT to have that document sent to an
I hope this helps to answer your question. Please don't hesitate to
"ask for clarification" if you need further assistance with this