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How can I insert a complete webpage as an image in a Hub?

  1. Claudia Tello profile image75
    Claudia Telloposted 5 years ago

    How can I insert a complete webpage as an image in a Hub?

    Many web tutorials such as Adwords Keyword Tool tutorials have images of the complete webpage as it would appear on the screen, showing step-by-step images of what you would be seeing as you go through the process.

  2. Gordon Hamilton profile image98
    Gordon Hamiltonposted 5 years ago

    I vaguely remember doing this somewhere online a while back, Claudia. What I had to do was print the page, scan it and save it to my PC as a photo. It was then able to be uploaded as any other photo. Thinking about it now, though, I'm not sure if copyright issues may exist...???

    1. Claudia Tello profile image75
      Claudia Telloposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Thanks for your answer Gordon. Lets see what others say, there must be a more technologically advanced way to do it!!! We will learn together smile

  3. ExpectGreatThings profile image84
    ExpectGreatThingsposted 5 years ago

    You just need to take a screen shot of whatever web page it is you want. On a Mac, you take screenshots by holding shift + command + 3. The screenshot will be saved to your desktop as a photo and labeled as the current date.

    PCs have a Print Screen key you need to press. I think it is labeled PrtScn. Then you will need to paste the image your computer has taken into a photo program - Photoshop or Windows Paint, ie. After you have done that, you can save the image as a jpg.

    Then you just put the photo into HPs photo capsule on whatever hub you are editing. - Ginger

    1. Claudia Tello profile image75
      Claudia Telloposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Fantastic! This is so very useful. I'll try it at once. Thanks you.

  4. Claudia Tello profile image75
    Claudia Telloposted 5 years ago

    Thanks to ExpectGreatThings’s answer I have discovered now that Microsoft Power Point has an Insert Screenshot tool as well. Once you have the webpage open, you go to Power Point> Insert> Screenshot> Screen clipping and then you go to the webpage, select the area you want included in the shot and it automatically pastes it in Power Point. After that, you just need to save it as picture (right click on the image) and treat it as a regular picture from there on.

 
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