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how can i screencap the entire page?
i work a lot on the internet and a hell of a lot of money for my age, i often go and look at other peoples websites and links and screencap their content to study later. I find it a pain in the ass the scroll down 3 or 4 times to get the whole page, how can I capture the entire page as an image or .jpg?
for me, sysrq does exactly the same thing as prtsc. Only captures the screen, not the whole page on my browser.
Here's a browser plugin with a 30 day trial tat seems to do just what you want.
On your keyboard, somewere in the top right corner in the top row there should be a key called "print sc/sys rq" when ever you are on a website you want to capture the screen, just click that key, and it will automatically copy the entire page. All you have to do now is open a program such as a common one like " paint" and in the menu section look for "paste" and it will display the entire page you copied. Now all u have to do is save the file And rename itby Alberto Segovia - 4 months ago
You could try viewing the page in smaller mode (ie VIEW ZOOM - move from 100% to say 70%) that will then capture more of the screen and then when you do a screen shot it will capture more more of the page for youby robert m - 4 months ago