.I checked my post "Should Ambassadors quit" on Google, incognito, and I have found it on the first page, the first position.

I used PrintScreen option and Paint for saving the image, see below, and I used CTRL to minify so that it can be viewed in one image, but the letters are very small.

If I do the same thing, without using CTRL, the image is better, but I can't show the number of the page (1).

Can you please tell me how can I manage that?

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MarionBlack Premium
I use Jing (free)
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writer-X Premium
Cristina, I hope this is what you were after.

When I’ve got stuff running off the bottom of the screen and need to get it all in a jpg image I use Microsoft Paint.

The process goes like this:
Get the screen sized the way you want the final image to look.
Do a screen capture
Drop the capture into Paint.
Go back, scroll down the web page to access the part of the page you didn’t capture.
Capture the remainder of the page.
Open a second iteration of Paint and drop the second capture in it.
Clean up the first Paint image, position and eliminate border junk not needed until satisfied with its appearance.
This next part’s a pain,
Go to the bottom of the first Paint image and draw the background down so there’s space to paste the remainder that will come from “Paint image 2”
Go to “Paint image 2”, clean the screen borders off of the top of the image and make sure you’ve moved the image up to the top of the Paint window.
Highlight and copy “Paint image 2” go back to “Paint image 1” and Paste it into “Paint 1” While the whole number 2 image is still highlighted move it to align it properly to image number 1 which is now underneath image number 2.
If you haven’t made enough room below image number 1, the bottom of image 2 will disappear off the bottom of the screen.
If this happens, do a ctrl z and make more room below number 1 and repaste.
Do a final clean up and it’s finished.
Sounds complicated but it’s not that bad, only take a couple of minutes.

--Chuck
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Cristina11 Premium
Chuck, thank you for your in-depth explanations. It's easy; I understand what you mean.
Let's see if practice doesn't kill me!
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writer-X Premium
If you're only after a record of the page, you can do a "save page"
I haven't found a snipper tool that will pick up stuff that's off the screen.
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Cristina11 Premium
As Marion suggested, I tried Jing. But it is for screenshots.
On one of their pages, I have found that: "Capture everything on a page, even if it's not showing on the screen. All it takes is just one click."
See the picture below:
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Cristina11 Premium
As you see, the practice almost killed me! I was looking for a "quick solution"
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Kaciesmama Premium
The white area that is not needed needs cropping out but as howzat says with the snipping tool you can easily select the area that you want or in paint just select and crop the image
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Cristina11 Premium
I know about cropping.
I want all the text, till the bottom, to be visible in one image; I have to scroll down to see the bottom (if I don't press CTRL).
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writer-X Premium
Hi Cristina,
Not absolutely certain what your objective is. Are you trying to capture the whole web page and retaining the screen borders? Or just trying to capture all the text on the Google page?
--Chuck
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Cristina11 Premium
All the text, till the bottom.
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howzat Premium
Do you have the snipper tool or something like it. I have recently discovered it and use it all the time instead of prnt screen option it gives you a very quick accurate image.
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Cristina11 Premium
What snipper tool?
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howzat Premium
It comes in Windows 10 if you have that otherwise search for it and download. It is a Godsend. I think it is called Snipper but as my computer here at work is in Finnish u can't remember off the top if my head what it is actually called in English
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Cristina11 Premium
No, I haven't Windows 10, but I followed Chuck recommendations, and I could do it. It's not perfect, but I learned how to accomplish my goal.
Thank you for suggestions!
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