Save the whole page with URL2JPEG

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URL2JPEG is a slick tool that lets you save a whole web page off as an image. Each OS has its own way to do a screenshot, but that only grabs the visible portion of the screen or window. "Printing" a page to .pdf has problems as well–since the "d" in "pdf" stands for "document", your .pdf has page breaks in it. What if you need the whole multi-screen page saved off as an image?

URL2JPEG will save an entire web page as an image; you can choose jpeg, png, or bmp format, depending on what you're going to do with the image, or just save it to the clipboard if you're going to paste it into another document right away. Resize the resulting image if you want, or even create a thumbnail. You can choose to get rid of scrollbars to pretty things up. You can also save smaller pieces of the page as well, grabbing just the regions you are interested in.

Using its own browser interface, you don't have to worry about compatibility with your web browser of choice. There are several other similar apps out there that rely on your using a specific version of IE, for example, for things to work.

URL2JPEG is a Windows app and will run on systems with Win98 or later. It also requires the .NET Framework 2.0.

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