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Just type into the search window and then save the page using the appropriate keywords for the file name.
People fluent in code can just copy paste out the relevant text and or strip out all the irrelevant code and make a quick template for future use in the same context.
 
<title>fill in title.... not title at the top of the viewed source code if you like</title>
 
 
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Suggestions: Try using google search as a wordprocessor

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