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Taking & saving a full image of a webpage

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6y, 7m agoPosted 6 years, 7 months ago
Hi I want to to take a copy and save a full image of a webpage so it's like having a saved copy of the actuall webpage you are viewing i've seen it done before so know it's possible but how?? thanks
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6y, 7m agoPosted 6 years, 7 months ago
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banned#1
file -> save page as > webpage, complete
#2
You can click 'ctrl' and 'prnt scrn' then pastes into microsoft word? :)
#3
csiman
file -> save page as > webpage, complete


Ooh that's good, thanks :-D
#4
Interent Explorer has a "File" then "Save As" option which allows you to save a web page/site in various formats.
#5
You could press print screen button and paste to word etc. This gives you exactly what you see on the screen.

Or just edit> select all and copy and paste that, but it will paste the data not as seen on the screen.
#6
You could also look for free sftware such as Screenshot Captor. This will allow you to take snapshots of all your screens, not just a webpage.
#7
Mrs.Z
Ooh that's good, thanks :-D


Agreed, didn't realise you could do that.
#8
greg_68
Agreed, didn't realise you could do that.


Thats actually really handy for me to save a few pages on my laptop to take out with me - who needs a dongle thingy? :giggle:
banned#9
Mrs.Z;8370426
Thats actually really handy for me to save a few pages on my laptop to take out with me - who needs a dongle thingy? :giggle:

nah, dont need to do that.

every page you visit is saved on your pc anyway (up to a size limit).

when you dont have the internet, you can still view all the pages you have viewed by selecting

FILE -> Work Offline

no need to save each one then :thumbsup:
#10
Feel a right plonker here but when i am looking at the internet i do not seem to have a file option at the top of the screen anywhere....got print, safety, tools and a few others but no file.
Any ideas......

Think i have sorted it..i dont have a file...but i have a Page - save as - think that does the same
#11
Goofeys Girl
Feel a right plonker here but when i am looking at the internet i do not seem to have a file option at the top of the screen anywhere....got print, safety, tools and a few others but no file.
Any ideas......


Right click on the Favorites button (top left of the screen below the back and forward buttons) and check the "Menu Bar" option.

I have the menu bar off when browsing.
#12
I use the 'snipping tool' on my pc. You can copy all the page or just a piece of it. I didn't know what that was until someone on here was telling someone else. I've used it ever since. :thumbsup:
#13
wget is pretty good.
#14
DragonChris
Right click on the Favorites button (top left of the screen below the back and forward buttons) and check the "Menu Bar" option.

I have the menu bar off when browsing.


Thank you that did the trick...thought i had lost it.

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