How can I capture a screenshot of an entire web page?

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  1. macrumors regular

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    I don't just want to save a screenshot of what's on the screen, but the entire page. I don't want to have to scroll down and taking multiple screenshots of one page.

    Is there anyway I can save an entire page and all of it's contents?

    I've done online homework for a class and I want to save all the solution pages for study material for another course I'm taking next semester.
     
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    that's the best way i can think of. just go to the webpage, hit print, then save it as a PDF instead. it won't save it as one whole image, but you'll have a multi-page PDF
     
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    You could try to print it as PDF via CMD+P.
    And then there is this, which is the first search result using "mac screenshot entire webpage" as search terms.
     
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    save as web archive?

    Any time I want to capture a page, I just hit Save As "web archive" (in the File menu dropdown); this captures, text, images, scripts...everything to store off line. Only if you're looking to capture everything, that is. I use Safari, so not sure if this works in other browsers.
     

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