Hi,<BR><BR>I have a web site in which users complete a set of questions and they then receive tailored advice that is based upon the answers they gave on this visit and, if appropriate, the answers they gave on a previous visit (pulled from a database).<BR><BR>The advice is generated using a single page that calls varying numbers of include files depending upon the variables for that user. Many of the include files include logic for displaying suitable text, dates, days etc.<BR><BR>All of this is obviously dynamically generated. The problem is that we need to be able to save an exact copy of the page that the user sees. Reloading the variables at a later date will not do because the date related variables will have changed the display.<BR><BR>I have been looking for some method of using client side scripting to automatically save the page when it is loaded. Is this possible? Are there any other solutions?<BR><BR>The users are all running IE5 on their intranet. The site is running on a Win NT 4 server with IIS 4 connected to SQL 7 database.<BR><BR>Cheers<BR><BR>Mark