How to Save My Twitter for Printing

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You can print the posts in your profile or print the the posts of people you are following at any time by using the Print function in your Web browser. To save these pages for viewing or printing at a later time, you can use the Save As function in Internet Explorer. If you want to save only specific tweets or want to save tweets over a long time period, you can use a free tool called Searchtastic, which will export the tweets to an Excel spreadsheet.

Save Twitter With Internet Explorer

  • Navigate to your Twitter profile, homepage or another profile page using Internet Explorer. Scroll to the bottom of the page to add older posts to the page. Keep scrolling until you are satisfied with how many posts are included.

  • Click the "Page" button, then click "Save As."

  • Select the folder where you want to save the page.

  • Type a name in the "File Name" field with a date to help you remember.

  • Click on the "Save as Type" box. Select "Webpage, Complete" to save all files and graphics visible on the screen to your desktop. Select "Web Archive, Single File (*.mht)" to embed all visible information into a single file. Select "Webpage, HTML Only" to save the page without any images. Select "Text File" to save the Web page as a text file.

Save Twitter With Searchtastic

  • Navigate to Searchtastic on your Web browser.

  • Enter your Twitter user name. Check the box next to "Search Followed Users" to search your entire Twitter feed. Leave this unchecked to see only your posts.

  • Customize your search by typing any words you want to search for in the search field. Leave this field blank to display all posts.

  • Click the "Search" button. A progress bar will be displayed until Searchtastic has uploaded all of your desired information.

  • Click "Excel Export" to download the search results to an Excel spreadsheet. A number will be displayed on the next page. Enter the number, and click the "Export" button.

  • Click "Save" to download the "SearchtasticExport.xls" file to your computer.

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