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

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  1. Posts : 169
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    How do I Copy a Web Page and Print it out.


    How do I copy a Web Page and Print it Out?
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  2. Posts : 154
    WIndows 10 19042.804
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    You can use the snipping tool or hit print screen on your keyboard and paste it into a word document. That's a couple of ways.
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    Windows 10
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    Most browsers have a print option in the settings.
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    Win 11 Pro 22000.652
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    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.
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    Win10 Version 21H2 Pro and Home, Win11 Pro
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    Cyberdesigner said:
    How do I copy a Web Page and Print it Out?
    I agree with bobkn. If I wish to work with a particular Web page I use one of 2 methods. In Firefox I right-click in the page and choose Save page as... where the 3 dots signify another pane will open with choices. In Internet Explorer I go to File, Save as.... With both I give it a name and note where Downloads go on the HDD. Both methods have choices for type but IE gives a choice of .mht, Web page complete, saves in a single file. Either way I can do lots with the pages.
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  6. Posts : 157
    Windows 10 Home 64-bit
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    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.
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  7. Posts : 119
    Windows 7 (reverted back)
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    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 ..... :)
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  8. Posts : 169
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    Looey said:
    You can use the snipping tool or hit print screen on your keyboard and paste it into a word document. That's a couple of ways.
    While I would love to use the 'Snipping Tool'

    It seems I can only 'Snip' what I can see and the Web Page is about double the length of what I can see on the Screen.

    As such there doesn't appear to be a way of using the 'Snipping Tool' and Scrolling down the page at the Same Time.

    Or maybe there is?
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    Looey said:
    You can use the snipping tool or hit print screen on your keyboard and paste it into a word document. That's a couple of ways.
    I don't think that will work for me, as the Web Page I want to copy and print, is double the length of the Screen.
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  10. Posts : 169
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    Bazz said:
    Most browsers have a print option in the settings.
    Does Edge have a Print Option in the Settings and if so how do I use it, as the Web Page is at least Double the length of the Screen.
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