If so, save to a Word document if you prefer it over PDF, just be sure it's set to include everything on the page.
I use to save web pages in my computer for offline viewing and I prefer saving them in HTML format because I want my saved files to preserve the original layout of a page and not just the text.
However simply saving a page in HTML format is not very handy since you get the HTML file and a separate folder with all its companion resources. It's much better to have just one file, so for some time now I had settled on the Save Page WE extension which saves a webpage as a single HTML file.
My concern is how future proof this single HTML file format is. Is it a safe choice for saving a web page, or it might become obsolete in a couple of years with all my saved files becoming inaccessible?
Would you say that MHT format perhaps is more future proof?
(If it helps, I could upload the file of a page saved through "Save Page WE" for you guys to check out in detail the particular format).