This highly useful Internet Explorer image-capture add-on is only marred by a poor default Search function. WebCollect Toolbar's suite of functions is easily identified through icons and tool tips. This application adds functions that should be present in every browser. You can easily capture a screenshot with one click. Then WebCollect opens to allow you to easily resize, draw on, e-mail, or print your capture. However, during testing we couldn't get the Autosave function to work.
One feature we've rarely seen is a single-click capture of an entire scrolling Web page. This utility captures the full page, even the part not visible on your monitor, and then opens it for easy image editing. We also liked the easy lasso method to capture irregular areas. A quick screen magnifier and a handy color picker don't feel "tacked on" to this toolbar. We can't say the same for the pretty useless default Search function. Luckily, it is easy to force the Search box to use a number of common, and accurate, search engines. Novice to advanced users will find the tools of this IE freeware add-on valuable and easily accessible.
WebCollect Toolbar allows you to capture various pieces of a Web page--from a custom section up to the complete page (even the off-screen parts). Copy the full screen; select and copy a rectangular section of a Web page; select and copy an irregular section of a Web page; copy the entire Web page, magnify the Web page; or select a color with the eyedropper.