How do I Copy a Web Page and Print it out.

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  1. Posts : 169
    windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #11

    bobkn said:
    Not sure what you're after.

    In Internet Explorer, I can save a web page. I usually save it as a single archive (.mht). If the option exists in Edge, I haven't spotted it.

    In Win 10, you could also do a print-to-PDF From Edge or any browser with a printing capability.
    How do I do that with edge?

    I only want to use Edge

    When I Browsed the Page with Edge, I couldn't see what you need to do next to print it.
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  2. Posts : 169
    windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #12

    socklosk said:
    You can also use a pdf software to save Web pages. The Foxit Reader might be a nice way of saving a Web in one small file.
    But how do I print it out?

    When I used to use Firefox in combo with Windows XP

    All I did was to select what I wanted to Print by using the Mouse, then I Clicked File>Print.

    But the only Browser I want to use is Edge.
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  3. Posts : 354
    Widows 10/Linux
       #13

    Using Firefox. The extension "Nimbus Screen Capture" will capture the whole page .

    Nimbus Screenshot will help you to:

    - Capture the whole Web page or a required section of it;
    - Capture the whole browser window (!);
    - Create your own drawing or model from scratch (!);
    - Paste different patterns and text boxes to your screenshot;
    - Resize and crop your screenshot;
    - Add arrows and stickers to your screenshot (!);
    - Save screenshots in any of the following formats: JPG, PNG, BMP;
    - Save screenshots to Google Drive.


    Nimbus Screenshot supports horizontal scrolling. The editor interface allows editing objects even after you add them to the screenshot (and this feature is totally unique)! end quote
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  4. Posts : 169
    windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #14

    Harpert said:
    I always use ALT + prtscrn
    this copies the active window to my clip board
    Then I start Redirecting ... (a cheap but versatile replacement for MsPaint) and paste the image.
    In this way I can cut the interesting part out and don't need the banners etc
    I can adjust the size for printing easily (fit to page)

    Simple ..... :)
    Ok just to Clarify: Print Screen>Paste into Paint.net. (which I have already downloaded a few days ago)

    What should I save the files as?
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  5. Posts : 169
    windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #15

    Torquemada said:
    Using Firefox. The extension "Nimbus Screen Capture" will capture the whole page .

    Nimbus Screenshot will help you to:

    - Capture the whole Web page or a required section of it;
    - Capture the whole browser window (!);
    - Create your own drawing or model from scratch (!);
    - Paste different patterns and text boxes to your screenshot;
    - Resize and crop your screenshot;
    - Add arrows and stickers to your screenshot (!);
    - Save screenshots in any of the following formats: JPG, PNG, BMP;
    - Save screenshots to Google Drive.


    Nimbus Screenshot supports horizontal scrolling. The editor interface allows editing objects even after you add them to the screenshot (and this feature is totally unique)! end quote
    I don't want to use Fire Fox

    I only want to use Edge
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  6. Posts : 8
    Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64bit
       #16

    Hey Cyberdesigner,
    Thank you for posting your problem on Ten Forums. I will try my best to assist you with your issue.
    There are 2 methods you can try to print a webpage with Microsoft Edge:

    Method 1
    • Open Microsoft Edge and open the webpage of your choice
    • Click the ... (More Actions) button at the top of Microsoft Edge
    • A menu will open with a few options, click Print
    • A window opens, click Print as PDF them choose your printer (or add one if you have not set a printer up)
    • Press Print button and your webpage should print out

    If Method 1 does not work, try Method 2

    Method 2

    • Open Microsoft Edge and open the webpage of your choice
    • Press CTRL+P on your keyboard
    • A menu with few options will launch, click Print
    • A window opens, click Print as PDF then choose your printer (or add one if you have not set a printer up)
    • Press the Print button and your webpage should be printed

    I hope this solves your issue. You can also check out this link for more information.

    Thanks and Regards,
    Troy Cooper


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  7. Posts : 119
    Windows 7 (reverted back)
       #17

    use getpaint.net
    first ALt + prtscrn the first part
    than the second (or third and fourth)
    you can easily put them back together

    good luck
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  8. Posts : 119
    Windows 7 (reverted back)
       #18

    TroyCooper said:
    Hey Cyberdesigner,
    Thank you for posting your problem on Ten Forums. I will try my best to assist you with your issue.
    There are 2 methods you can try to print a webpage with Microsoft Edge:

    Method 1
    • Open Microsoft Edge and open the webpage of your choice
    • Click the ... (More Actions) button at the top of Microsoft Edge
    • A menu will open with a few options, click Print
    • A window opens, click Print as PDF them choose your printer (or add one if you have not set a printer up)
    • Press Print button and your webpage should print out

    If Method 1 does not work, try Method 2

    Method 2

    • Open Microsoft Edge and open the webpage of your choice
    • Press CTRL+P on your keyboard
    • A menu with few options will launch, click Print
    • A window opens, click Print as PDF then choose your printer (or add one if you have not set a printer up)
    • Press the Print button and your webpage should be printed

    I hope this solves your issue. You can also check out this link for more information.

    Thanks and Regards,
    Troy Cooper


    Your method is of course fine.... however, most pages that you might want to print contain a lot of stuff you don't need in your print
    Hence the suggestion of using a simple tool like getpaint.net

    there it's possible to delete all you might not want in your print :)
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  9. Posts : 8
    Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64bit
       #19

    Harpert said:
    Your method is of course fine.... however, most pages that you might want to print contain a lot of stuff you don't need in your print
    Hence the suggestion of using a simple tool like getpaint.net

    there it's possible to delete all you might not want in your print :)
    Ah, ok. You can take multiple screenshots and put them under each-other in Paint.NET or even a Word document.
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  10. Posts : 169
    windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #20

    Harpert said:
    use getpaint.net
    first ALt + prtscrn the first part
    than the second (or third and fourth)
    you can easily put them back together

    good luck
    Many Thanks

    But I don't want to do it like that
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