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How do I capture an entire web page like a picture.

I tell you what I'm trying to do...

I ran some numbers on a neat web sight for a rifle caliber, BC, MPBR, Velocity, ft/lbs and it gave me all these great #'s and graphs.

Printing them is easy.

But how do I save the entire screen that I am looking at or capture it to share with others online?

I've seen it done just dont know how!

Thanks a million!

Matt
 

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use your print screen key (Prt Scr on my keyboard, but yours may be different) then paste into word or notepad (open word or notepad, right click, then choose paste) and save the document as a file. Good luck!
Is there some secret to using the print screen key... mine isn't doing anything??

tried it with shift and alt and ctrl???
 

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Simply press it, then go into Paint (Click the Start button and then Run, then type mspaint and press OK) and click Edit->Paste. It may ask if you want to increase the size of the canvas. If so, you do. :)

You can then save it as a more usable format, though you may need to open it in a different program to shrink it down.

If you hold down the Alt key and press the print screen button, you only get what is in the active window. Just the print screen button captures everything visible on the screen. Try both and see which works best for you.
 
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