I have been writing a collection of notes called 'Making the Most of the Internet'. Much of the text is enlived by screen captures of web pages. Most of these were captured originally using the Alt-Prt Scr keystroke. This works well, but it does mean that every image shows all the headers, borders and icons of Internet Explorer. I also had to be very careful that I got an image of the same size each time.
What I needed was a program that would just capture the web page as a bitmap image. And as an image of which I could control the size.
This capture has now been added to the Daisy Multiple Browser.
Copy takes the web page enclosed in the window and copies it to a bitmap image. This can then be pasted directly into every word, graphics or web page processor, such as Word, PowerPoint, Dream Weaver, Photoshop and Paint.
Print prints the web page directly. As the web page is resized to fit the printed page, this is an ideal and very simple way of printing one of those annoying web pages that are just too wide for the printer.
Setup is used to adjust the margins of the capture, the maximum sizes and other parameters. Note that the margins must be set so that the margins of the browser are left out of the capture. You can also adjust them, so that scrollbars are removed.