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    How to copy a web page?

    Hello,
    We need a copy of this inductor design calculation page...do you know how i can get this..in eg .pdf or .jpg format?
    https://www.vishay.com/products/mag/induct/calculator/

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    Re: How to copy a web page?

    Use PrimoPDF
    http://www.primopdf.com/

    Or simply capture screen.
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    Re: How to copy a web page?

    the easiest way is to capture the screen



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    Re: How to copy a web page?

    The above link gave an error: "Sorry, we couldn't find your page"

    Anyway, sometimes when I want get the page in an editable format, though not like the original, I simply copy/paste to an Word-like editor and get something at least in rich text format.
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    Re: How to copy a web page?

    You can try to get a screen shot of this page, by using print screen



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    Re: How to copy a web page?

    Print screen then paste in Paint. Save as JPEG file.



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