The Auto Responder tab lets you create rules that will be triggered when matching requests come letting you to return already captured response or compose a new one and return it (the server is never hit). So if you want to get save the current state of a web page, change it and from now on return this changed copy, then Auto Responder should work well for you.
If you want to dynamically change the web page and always get the newest version from the server and change it, then you can use FiddlerScript.
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