Answered By: Kathryn Park
Last Updated: May 13, 2015     Views: 318

You can save the PDf full text of an article by viewing it in EBSCO. In all cases you have to make sure hte article has finished loading completely before you try to save it. The next steps depend on the browser you are using:

  1. FireFox
    In Firefox, click on the download icon (has an arrow pointing down) and when the dialog box comes up, choose Save File and save to the drive of your choice.
  2. Internet Explorer
    In Internet Explorer, hold your cursor over the middle of the article near the bottom of the page. A toolbar will pop up. Click the icon that looks like a disk. A Save As dialog will pop up and you can save the file to the drive of your choice.
  3. Chrome
    In Chrome, right click anywhere over the document, choose Save as... and save to the drive of our choice.

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