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capture screenshots of websites WebShot enables you to capture full size or thumbnail screenshots of webpages and save the resulting image in JPG, GIF, PNG, and BMP format. You can either capture the entire page (fully scrolled) or tweak the browser window and image resizing settings to create custom size screenshots. WebShot can load a list of URLs from a text file or you can manually add one or more URLs to the queue. Advanced users can purchase a command-line version that offers additional features. Copyright Snapfiles.com

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Publisher Nathan Moinvaziri (2) Price Free (paid upgrade available)
Version  history Last updated Jan 06, 2014
File Size 17.8 Mb Requirements None

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Captures the whole thing 5 stars by leucippus Jul 11, 2007 (Read all my 18 reviews)
Needed the instructions from a web site to fix my PC. Much easier to just open a .png than get back online,etc. Works great. Thanks! show Review details
Kind of cool I suppose 4 stars by pcs800 Jan 08, 2007 (Read all my 222 reviews)
Rather than taking a normal screen shot of a web page (as often as I need to do that?) This app will take the shot of the whole page, not just what shows in the browser. Has a few quirks, but still pretty neat for free. show Review details
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