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by user470 / September 29, 2011 8:37 AM PDT

<span lang="EN">I have Windows 7 and Internet Explorer 9 on my computer. Can anyone tell me how to make a screen shot of a web page and then e-mail that web page to someone? Thank you very much. user470

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Isn't this the same as before?
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / September 29, 2011 8:39 AM PDT
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Tap PrntScrn, open a new email, edit, paste and put in the email address then click send.
Bob

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Why not send a link to the web page?
by MarkFlax Forum moderator / September 29, 2011 9:35 PM PDT
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Seems easier to me. Send the email with just a link to the web page and not a screen print.

Mark

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Even easier: ...
by Kees_B Forum moderator / September 29, 2011 9:47 PM PDT

Both in Firefox and in IE I have a File>Send link via e-mail menu option. If I choose that, it opens a new mail in Thunderbird with the link already in the body.
You add the adressee, and some text in the body and you're ready.

The big advantage, of course, of sending a link is that the receiver can see the whole page, not just the part of it that happens to be on the screen. Most webpages don't fit and get a vertical scroll bar.

Kees

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