Re: screenprint of entire browser screen

Subject: Re: screenprint of entire browser screen
From: Matt Ion <soundy -at- ROGERS -dot- WAVE -dot- CA>
Date: Sat, 23 Aug 1997 15:50:07 -0800

On Wed, 23 Jul 1997 14:47:09 -0500, Bill Baker wrote:

>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?

I dunno if it'll work in Windows, but in OS/2, all I have to do is set
the appropriate printer to "Hold" status, and do a standard Print from
the browser. Opening the printer view and double-clicking the print job
loads it into the built-in Picture Viewer, where it can be copied to the
clipboard.


Your friend and mine,
Matt
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