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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.