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How to merge multiple tabs in a single tab in any browser?

How to merge multiple tabs in a single tab in any browser? Can such a merged tab be saved in a single html/MHL file.? Plz Help.
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  • How to merge multiple tabs in a single tab in any browser? Can such a merged tab be saved in a single html/MHL file.? Plz Help.
    You might have to write a Java code for it. I don't think OTB solutions exist for it.
    Try checking stack overflow. You might be lucky
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  • my situation - want to compile Forumias 'Doubts thread' (suppose 25 pages) in into single html/MHT format and then edit it it into msword to shorten it. pls help. Can it be done without repititive action by merging multiple tabs in a single tab.Can it be done without repititive action by merging multiple tabs in a single tab.

    so no solution exist by way or ad-on/ or safari browser if you are aware of. plz confirm
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  • that can be easily automated using a PL of your choice .
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  • there is an addon 'print pages to pdf' in Mozilla. Using that all the open tabs can be converted to a single PDF document.
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  • there is an addon 'print pages to pdf' in Mozilla. Using that all the open tabs can be converted to a single PDF document.
    Just check on the PDF box on the top left of the print preview. Alternatively use this - http://www.printfriendly.com/browser_tool
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