I used SnagIt and CutePDF to create a printable price list page for a client. To keep from recreating the wheel each time I need to do this, I decided to “capture” the steps I took.
First, I opened the web page I wanted to capture. The program doesn’t appear to be compatible with FireFox (the entire screen is captured instead of the window), so I used Internet Explorer.
Then I opened SnagIt and selected “a scrolling window.” The defaults are already set, but the scrolling delay is set to zero and it wasn’t capturing the whole page. To change the default, click the “…” to the right of Input: Auto Scroll Window, select scrolling and Scroll delay 100.
Push the Capture button, click one time on the screen and wait for the capture to complete. You will be returned to the preview screen where you can click Finish if the capture is what you wanted.
You will be prompted to select a place to save the .png file.
I opened the .png file in Pixlr, then selected Print, selected CutePdf and saved the pdf in a folder. I was then able to forward this pdf file to the client.