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    I want to save the whole page not just what i see on screen. Right now i did the alt and the print screen and pasted it into Paint as a bmp. But it only shows what i see on screen, i want to save the whole page. Anybody know how to do this?

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    From your browser's menu File --> Save As
    Then choose "Complete Web Page" so all the graphics are saved also.

    A very nifty thing to do when you find someone copying your site.

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    thanks, is there any way to make that into a jpeg or gif or bmp? Right now its saved as an htm. file Can you send those type of files thru email? I'm trying to save the whole page as a gif or jpeg, thanks

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    I don't know if this will work but, try adjusting your screen to its largest size (mines 1280 x 1204) and see if all the page fits without scrolling.

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    Good idea, i will try that, thanks

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    If you still can't fit everything in after chnging your screen size, try using Opera as a browser - you can resize everything in your opera browser window from 20% to 1000%.

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    I use a piece of software I bought called HyperSnap and lets you select any part of the screen, such as your mouse pointing to a specific menu item, does full page scrolls, etc and then lets you save them as various types of GIF's and JPG, to name a few.

    Works great, use it all the time and worth every penny.

    http://www.hyperionics.com/hsdx/index.asp

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