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My browser has 10-20 tabs open and I should go through and take a screenshot of each tab.

Can this be automated somehow?

I am using Internet Explorer but solutions for other browsers are also welcome.

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Greenshot can take full page screenshots of browser tabs. It scrolls the page down and stitches the pieces together automatically.

Right-click its tray icon » Capture Internet Explorer from list » All open tabs are listed there enter image description here
You might want to automate these repeating clicks by using TestComplete or AutoHotkey

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