The new Microsoft Edge has an awesome feature that takes a screenshot of the entire webpage. Now if you want to preserve a copy of it, instead of trying to print it because it won’t work, you can simply press Ctrl + Shift + S, and click Full Page. Easy and simple.
But here is the problem. Since most of the web pages are super, super long, how can we print them off properly after taking screenshots of them? If you don’t want them to be printed on a single page with everything so tiny to read, you will need to find a way to properly print it across multiple pages.
Shockingly, if you saved the screenshot as an image file, the easiest way is to use Paint, the built-in graphic editor that’s been with Windows for ages.
Right-click the image file, go to Open with and choose Paint.
Then click File > Print > Page setup
In the Scaling section, adjust the Fit to numbers to something like 1 by 2 or 1 by 3 until you see the printed are filling up in the Preview section, like below:
Click OK to save the setting and go-ahead to proceed to print the entire page.