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    Screen shot a web page

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    Screen shot a web page
    This might be a dum question but how do i take a screen shot of a web page and then edit it

    thanks for the help in advance
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    *Moved the proper forum*

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    Quote Originally Posted by D3LBOY View Post
    This might be a dum question but how do i take a screen shot of a web page and then edit it

    thanks for the help in advance
    Paparazzi will take screenshots of web pages. You can then edit them in your favorite image editor.
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    Go to your Utilities Folder and use Grab from there.

    Another, probably better method for tinkering is Snapz Pro X from Ambrosia Software <www.ambrosiasw.com>.

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    Screen shot a web page

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    Well you can also use the (Apple + shift + 4) key combination to make a little crosshair pointer appear and you can use that to select a part of your screen which will be saved as an image file. Also if instead of selecting an area after pressing the 3 keys and making the crosshair appear, you press space (a little camera wil appear), then you can select one of your open windows. Your browser window in your case and click on it and it'll make an image file of the window you selected.

    Also there is (Apple + shift + 3) for full screen shots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the8thark View Post
    Well you can also use the (Apple + shift + 4) key combination to make a little crosshair pointer appear and you can use that to select a part of your screen which will be saved as an image file. Also if instead of selecting an area after pressing the 3 keys and making the crosshair appear, you press space (a little camera wil appear), then you can select one of your open windows. Your browser window in your case and click on it and it'll make an image file of the window you selected.

    Also there is (Apple + shift + 3) for full screen shots.
    Great tip...thanks!
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    Screen shot a web page

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    also there is a great screenshot widget...its got 5 different shot options and u can choose what format they r captured in...it is very cool

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    But for capturing web pages, I don't think there's anything that compares with paparazzi...

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