2/6/17
6:00 am

Grab Entire Webpage or Window Contents

If you need to grab the entire contents of a webpage, not just the visible portion, you can do so easily with the Export as PDF or Print functions. This saves the contents of the page as a single PDF file, which can be easily viewed offline and on other devices. This comes in handy for students who need to take online notes with them.

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Comments: 2 Responses to “Grab Entire Webpage or Window Contents”

    Duane Bemister
    2/6/17 @ 10:00 am

    Click the Reader icon to the left of the URL to remove adds, then Print and Save to PDF to edit the Title Meta name.

    Elise Hayes
    2/13/17 @ 8:12 am

    This was extremely helpful. Thank you.

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