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I'm trying to find something that is written on one of my pages. It's not on my own Facebook wall, it's on the wall of one of my pages. How can I download the whole webpage so that I don't have to keep scrolling down to find what I'm looking for? Or is there another way?

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You can download the entire archive of your Facebook profile by going to Settings and then clicking on Download a copy of your Facebook data (the last option in the list after Language). Beware, this will take a long time to download if you have many photos uploaded.

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It's not on my own page, it's on one of my other pages. –  z-buffer Jan 16 '12 at 5:16
    
Settings doesn't show up when I'm using facebook as a page. –  z-buffer Jan 16 '12 at 5:17
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Oh, sorry - I missed the part that it's a business page. There's no way to search or download content from a Page. –  dnbrv Jan 16 '12 at 5:30

What you're trying to do is a bit unclear to me but if you're looking download the whole webpage, you can just right-click on anywhere on the webpage and choose "Save Page As" (on Firefox), "Save As" (on Chrome) or simply press Ctrl+S and save that particular webpage.

If you remember a certain word or a phrase of what you're searching, just go to that page and press Ctrl+F (both browsers) which brings up the search bar. Then type in in the search space and press Enter.

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I don't think that's going to get the information I'm looking for because it's several pages down. –  z-buffer Jan 17 '12 at 7:31

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