This Internet Explorer add-on effectively captures not just parts of a Web page that are visible in a pane or window, but the entire page, although it doesn't live up to all its claims.
Webpage Capture adds a button to your IE toolbar. In tests, the application quickly saved a bitmap file of entire pages, even the parts of the pages beyond the frames of our open IE window. The captures were crisp and clean.
We were disappointed that the BMP files were named by the date and time of the capture, and the page URL was not captured or displayed at all (even though that option in the Setup dialog box was active). Although the publisher's information says support is available for other image formats--such as JPEG, GIF, TIFF and PNG--the Setup dialog box did not allow activating those options. Any level of user will find this free tool simple to master, but its limitations may turn off those seeking flexibility.
Webpage Capture takes a snapshot of the complete Web page as image instead of HTML. The screen capture/grab is of the entire page content whether visible or not. This is useful for keeping track of pages visited and for storing information for later use. Webpage Capture makes an image of the browser's content page and works as an add-on to Internet Explorer 6 or 7 and easily accessible from the browser's toolbar. This add-on will save you a lot of time by making it easy to store content in the folder you want. The free version displays a logo at the top that can easily be removed and supports Microsoft Windows Bitmaps (.bmp) file format. Support for other formats like JPEG, GIF, TIFF and PNG is also available as is the creation of thumbnails.
Version 2.1 may include unspecified updates, enhancements, or bug fixes.