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I am capturing screens from a help booklet. The previous version of this
booklet is in HTML. Some of the pages are longer than the screen, and so I
can only capture the part actually visable. Then I take part of the page
at a time to Microsoft Image Composer and paste them together. The final
picture must be a bitmap.
Does anyone have a quicker way to capture browser pages that cannot be seen
one one screen?
Oh my, the students have returned to okstate. No dining out for 9 months.