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Subject:RE: screenshots of Web pages From:Suzette Seveny <sseveny -at- petvalu -dot- com> To:TECHWR-L <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com> Date:Thu, 13 Jan 2000 10:25:48 -0500
Somebody may have already posted this (I'm still sifting through the messages),
but Snagit will capture in any format - even *.png. I capture web pages, using
the scroll feature, as *.gif. IMO, Illustrator is not necessary, Snagit can do
it all. If you end up needing to crop an image, Snagit can even open the file
and you can then crop, or whatever.
Markham, Ontario, Canada
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On Wednesday, January 12, 2000 10:12 PM, Kari Sable Burns
[SMTP:karinet -at- worldnet -dot- att -dot- net] wrote:
> :is a utility out there that can grab whole Web pages, but for the
> :life of me
> :I can't remember its name.
> The best way I know of to achieve quality screenshots from the Web is to use
> SnagIt, it will capture the page, region, or area with a few a quick
> keystrokes, you can set it show the cursor or not. It will produce the image
> as a *.bmp though. So the following steps are important. They require
> SnagIt, Adobe Illustrator and ImageReady.
> Open SnagIt and Adobe Illustrator