Save Web Site As JPEG ?

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  1. DomainClaimer

    DomainClaimer New Member

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    I would like to save some of our websites as jpegs images to insert on our site, I can resize them when I load them but I don't know how to change them to a jpeg image. Can anyone help me?

    Thanks
    MJ
     
  2. StephanieCordray

    StephanieCordray New Member

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    You can take a screenshot of them if they aren't laid out in a graphics program. If they are laid out in a graphics program you can save the whole page by choosing "Save As..."
     
  3. Arkette

    Arkette New Member

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    If you need a programme for making screenshots then try: http://www.mirekw.com
    This is freeware and works really well.
     
  4. Kiwiberry

    Kiwiberry New Member

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    The easies way in windows [alt]+[Print Scrn] and then what Steph said.
     
  5. DomainClaimer

    DomainClaimer New Member

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    Screen Shot

    Thanks worked great :)
     
  6. fkj

    fkj New Member

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    There is a firefox extention I use religiously called Screengrab!
    https://addons.mozilla.org/extensions/moreinfo.php?id=1146&application=firefox
     
  7. suz

    suz New Member

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    That sounds very handy, thanks fkj
     
  8. fkj

    fkj New Member

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    glad to help :)
     
  9. thrive

    thrive New Member

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    You can use Adobe Acrobat to get the entire site in one shot including all sub pages etc. You can then have it auto resize and print in 4-ups or full page, etc, etc.
     
  10. JS_Custom_Webs

    JS_Custom_Webs New Member

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    How? I could use that
     
  11. fairdoes

    fairdoes New Member

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    I can't get this to work with Windows 98-SE. Is it an XP only facility?
     
  12. JS_Custom_Webs

    JS_Custom_Webs New Member

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    its ctrl+print scrn then you can paste it into word or paint to save it
     

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