When I open a new blank window (i.e. one that does not load external .html
and then I write directly new .html document on the new window (using
newWin.document.writeln("<HTML>") ...),
the new content is displayed on the new window, it can be printed, but any
attempt to save the new content,
using "Save as ..." from the "File" menu in IE, saves the content of the
parent window, not the new content.

In Netscape it works - I use the newWin.stop(); newWin.document.close();
But IE does not allow newWin.stop() i.e. it is not applicable in this case.

Is there a way to make IE save the new content via "Save as ..."?