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Sometimes Westlaw divides a long case into multiple web pages. This just means you'll need to press the CiteRight button on each web page in order to save the full case.
Save a case with multiple web pages by clicking on the CiteRight button
Once you encounter a case with multiple web pages, you'll notice a couple of things when you click on the CiteRight button. First, you'll see a message in the CiteRight extension that tells you how many pages of the mulit-page case CiteRight has saved. Next, you'll see the pagination on the web page highlighted in a blinking yellow box. That really just tells you to make sure you go to the next page and press the CiteRight button again.
Click the Continue to Save button once the final pages are gathered
Press the Save button to save and connect all the pages you've saved