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I made a website for a friend when they went to china as a way for people to get updates from them. Now we want to get the website files in an image type format so they can have it. They have windows computer. How should I do this?
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You want to convert an iWeb site to an image file, such as a .jpeg? Just to clarify.


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just open the pages of the website and use grab to get screenshots.

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Yes I want to save it as a jpeg.
I'll try using grabs
Thanks. If you could tell me how to get it as a jpeg that would be great
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I'd imagine it possible to simply save the site with a .jpg extention, though don't quote that as fact.


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I'd imagine it possible to simply save the site with a .jpg extention, though don't quote that as fact.
That's not true. You cannot. It's a webpage, not an image...

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