By November 8, 2006

Capture and Print an entire website

The other day, while I was looking for some screen capture software for PocketPC, I came across a product that can capture and print an entire web page. This is something that has bugged me for years and I wondered why no one had come up with a way to print a webpage exactly as you see it on the screen.

WebCollect installs as a toolbar within Internet Explorer and offers a number of capture/print options.

In their word: “WebCollect allows you to capture various pieces of a web page – from a custom selection to the entire page”.

WebCollect Toolbar

WebCollect will also grab an entire site including the areas that you would normally have to scroll to see. Other options include capturing a the current screen, a rectangle selection and magnifying certain areas of the page.

Once you press the capture button the page is opened up in the WebCollect window where you can choose to either print the page or save it as an image file.

This tool is extremely useful if you work with the internet a lot!

It seems to be free of spyware and adware and is worth having a go. The only draw back I can see is that it only works with Internet Explorer Versions 5 and 6.


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