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I used to be able to use the IE7 Pro plug-in for IE8 and IE7 to save the entire web page as an image, but this plug-in is no longer supported by IE9. Now I have to find an alternative.

How can I do this in IE9? Are there any IE9-compatible plug-ins that can do this? I can't use print screen for this because that only captures the window itself and not content that must be scrolled to.

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I just confirmed DuckLink Capture's "scrolling" mode captures the entire length of a web page in IE9:

Capture a Tall Web Page (Windows Only, Mac OS Coming Soon)

Can’t fit it on the screen? DuckCapture auto-scrolls the web page or window and grabs it all!

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I tried it and it works just fine, so thank you. I wish it weren't so slow, tho. IE7 Pro's save function was instantaneous, but DuckLink works with other windows, not just IE9, so that's a fair trade-off. – oscilatingcretin Aug 21 '11 at 15:01
@oscilatingcretin: it's not instant, but there is an advanced option to set the time interval for scrolling pages to 0 milliseconds. – Leftium Aug 23 '11 at 16:14

Here is an ugly solution, it "Prints" document into JPG file.

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Is IE a mandatory requirement? If not you can use Firefox and Screengrab Extension.

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...or you could use Screen Capture by Google Google Chrome. I use this to capture a region or the whole screen.

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The OP is using IE9, not Chrome. – Indrek Dec 3 '12 at 12:02

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