Re: Reusing Broken Taps article (on GB - PM 1969-04,PP200-202)
- Or you can use Google Chrome, right-click on page, select "inspect element", on the lower pane that opens select the tab "resources" and go down the list until you find the picture that you want. Then right-click on it and select "save as". This way you keep the original picture resolution.
But you're right Ray, when I cannot find a way to access the file, "print screen" is also the option I use.
(a bit odd that, after lurking for some time, the first post I make in this group is about web browsing)
--- In email@example.com, "Ray C Archibald" <rca@...> wrote:
> You can highlight the page you want and then hit the "print screen" button, which will copy the page to your clipboard. Then you can open up your word processor, change the page layout to landscape and paste in the pages.Then edit the image by cropping it down to the pages and make it full size. then you can save it and print it out. It works quite well when you want something that won't let you print it normally.