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Converting saved web pages to JPEG


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Hello,

I tried to do this the recommended way through Preview, but it wouldn't allow me to select the file - it was greyed-out.

Has anyone got any idea how I convert "webarchive" to "JPEG"?

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Mike.
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Open in browser + make a screenshot?
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Open up the web pages in safari

Choose print but hit the preview button to create a PDF

Save the PDF to disk, open it up in preview and one of the save as options is JPEG or JPEG2000

or - like SJTV1 said, use command-shift-4 to create a screenshot
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