Post # 1
I am collecting pictures from online, but some photos will only let me save them as “webpage complete” or “webpage html only”. Is there a way to save as .jpg? I want to include them on a flickr page.
Thanks in advance!
Post # 3
You can do a screen capture and then paste it into a document like paint or photoshop, then crop it down. It’s a couple extra steps but allows you to save whatever you want! 🙂 I have an HP Laptop and to capture the screen I hit “fn” and “insert” [which is also “prt sc”] … I’m sure it’s different on other computers, but that would be a good place to start! 🙂
Post # 4
I capture screenshots using Skitch. If you have a MAc, I would highly recommend downloading this app. If you have a PC, a similar app is Snagit. This lets you capture images and you can write on them, draw, and save as different file types.
Post # 5
- Wedding: May 2011 - Trinity Lutheran Church & Idlewild Country Club
If you’re on a Mac, hit command control shit 4 at the same time and your cursor will turn into little crosshairs. Drag the little crosshairs and they’ll make a box. The box instantly makes anything it surronds into a screenshot and saves it onto your desktop. That way you don’t have to sorrya bout cropping everything later!
Post # 6
I love apple, shift, 4! It was the first shortcut I learned on my mac and I don’t know what I would do wihtout it!
Post # 7
Thank you ladies!
I don’t have a mac (:-(), but I can try the screen capture idea. I also found that some of the files that were being downloaded INCLUDED a .jpg file, so I was able to just take that file out. Not sure if that is always true, but it was the case for the ebay pages I looked at.