Getting a full web page to screen.......

  jack 14:34 20 Nov 09
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so that a 'slide show' image can be created.
I am attempting to create a slide show from web pages as an instructional piece.

A typical page is over screen size and needs to be scrolled to see all.
So a screen shot will only give part of page.
So - I could do a 2 part screen shot and stitch in an image editor[Paint Shop]
or
Print it ans scan it.
or is there a better way?

Any thoughts folks

  jack 12:09 23 Nov 09

^

  ArrGee 23:19 09 Dec 09

I think I know what you are looking for, but a little more clarity might help.

If you are looking to create a slideshow of web-pages, then it's best to just screen-shot them page-by-page. If you try and create a slide of a scrolled site, then you will not get any clarity.

What are you going to present the web-pages on? (e.g; Projector, DVD, PowerPoint....?)

  jack 07:58 10 Dec 09

What I am getting at is that when a given web paage comes to screen it may have hidden content that needs scrolling to access.
Therefore any screenshot will be incomplete.
But since then things have moved on and I have gone about it another way.

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