N/APosted on - 08/18/2013
This is an old problem of mine, and now that I have found out about TechyV, I though I should probably ask you guys about it. I have been trying for a long time, but have been unsuccessful, to save webpages in JPEG format. If I save a page, it's just in html format or something like that. I think you understand what I mean by this. So I will make it short. Do you know how to save webpages as JPEG file and not html? Any help would be appreciated.
Tell me how to save webpages as JPEG files
Have you ever heard of the Quick Draw McGraw's approach or the IE Snapshot software?
These are two options you can explore in order to save your webpages as JPEG files.
If you choose to use the Quick Draw McGraw approach, just press the Print Screen on Windows + ALT Key to capture the your desired web page.
Open your image processor (Microsoft Office 2010 or Paint) and press Control+V to paste.
You can now save the web page as a JPEG file.
Alternatively, you can download the IE Snapshot software. This software enables you to capture web pages and to save it as JPEG files.