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How to copy a graphic from a Web page

Using Internet Explorer

  • Place the cursor on the graphic you want to copy.
  • Right-click your mouse button.
  • Release the mouse button and click "Copy."
  • Open a new document in the application of your choice.
  • Under "Edit" in the menu bar, click "Paste."
  • You will now be able to save and edit your document.

Using Netscape

  • Place the cursor on the graphic you want to copy.
  • Right-click your mouse button.
  • Release the mouse button and click "Save Image As…"
  • A "Save As" dialogue box will appear prompting you to save the image to a desired location on your computer.
  • Open a new document in the application of your choice.
  • Under "Insert" in the menu bar, click on "Picture" or "Graphic" and click on "From File…"
  • Insert the image you have saved onto your computer.

How to copy text from a Web page

On either a PC or a Macintosh computer:

  • Place the cursor in the top left-hand corner of the text you want to copy.
  • Click and hold the mouse button while you drag the cursor over the text.
  • Release the mouse button at the end of the text.
  • Under "Edit" in the menu bar, click "Copy."
  • Open a new document in the application of your choice.
  • Under "Edit" in the menu bar, click "Paste."
  • You will now be able to save and edit your document.

Terms of Use

Permission is hereby given to reproduce the idling materials made available here by the Transportation Program of Natural Resources Canada's Office of Energy Efficiency (OEE). Please note, however, that the design of these materials cannot be modified without the OEE's consent. Space has been left on the artwork for your organization's logo and/or additional text. The OEE must be acknowledged when using or referring to our materials. The Government of Canada's identifying logos and wordmarks cannot be removed, covered or modified in any way. For more information, read Natural Resources Canada's policy on reproduction of its materials.