Saving Bell Pepper Seeds

My wife and I are novice container gardeners. We have had good luck with Yolo Wonder Bell Peppers. This year we had a little trouble finding seeds. We would like to know how to save the seeds from this years crop to plant next year. Thanks for any help.
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Larry Noah wrote:

Select the biggest, prettiest pepper on the best plant you have and leave it on the plant until it turns to yellow or red and starts to shrivel. Remove the pepper, open it up and scrape out the seeds onto a sheet of newspaper. Place the paper where the air can flow over it to dry out as much moisture from the seeds as possible, about two weeks. Place these dried seeds into an envelope which you then put into a sealed glass jar in your refrigerator. These seeds should be good for 5 to 10 years.
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