• Webpage copying



    The webpage URL above is broken into 6 separate pages.  I want to get a single copy that incorporates all the pages (prefer PDF) but the website does not offer that option.

    I want to do this in Chrome.

    Ae there any suggested extensions that would do this job?

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    • #2533577

      I was going to suggest GoFullPage https://gofullpage.com/ which is a Chrome extension but it will only capture one full page at a time. However, you could download each page as a PDF (or JPEG) and if you have PDF software that could merge all the pages, that may be a part, if long winded, solution. There is also Screenshot API https://www.screenshotapi.net/ which I have not used myself but it does offer a 7 day trial and could be what you are looking for.

    • #2533588

      I do what you ask all the time using Word.

      Open a new Word document
      I set the Font and Font color like I want
      Copy a portion of the web article
      Paste that portion into the Word document with the Paste option to Keep Text Only (the icon with the letter A). This will paste the text in the Font and Font color you selected for the document.  I do this so often that I created a small macro to do this special pasting with a keyboard shortcut.
      Repeat with the next portion (small portions lets me avoid copying all the ads)
      This allows you to copy any graphics included with the article.
      Once you have copied all the pages you can save the Word document as a PDF.
      A PDF version of any article posted on a web site.

      HTH, Dana:))

    • #2533621

      I print each of the pages to fineprint, then convert them all to a pdf file using pdf pro, both from the fineprint store. See attached.

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