Drawing on webpages and saving

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  1. Webdude

    Webdude New Member

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    I make great use of onenote and my pen in meetings.
    I also take screen grabs into onenote when applicable.

    I often want to use a website as a discussion point and draw on the website to make notes as discussion points. However, once I screen grab i can no longer scroll the web page.
    Switching back to the web page and taking another screen grab is slow and pushes into a new note

    Does anyone know if there's a way to export an image of the whole website into onenote.
    Or an application that will assist me here?
     
  2. Charlie Cassidy

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    You can print the website to OneNote using the "Send to OneNote 2013" printer. It will paginate it so not exactly what you want, but closer than just a simple screen grab.
     
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    Adobe make a toolbar that allows you to convert a webpage to pdf I think.

    May or may not be helpful. Not sure if you can open pdfs with One Note.
     
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