Question Printing from website Q

jhayat

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Dec 3, 2013
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Hi all :)

I cant get into specifics about what site, but in a general sense...

Please have a look at the (somewhat sloppy) representation of a webpage. Clicking on any of the fields (in the title, vers, or seq columns) or the plus sign, will open a new page with some data. I can't download*, but I can do a print to pdf, and that works just fine.

What I would like to do is this: from there (what you see), do a print to pdf, grabbing everything I would see if I click on each one individ. Currently, if I do a print to pdf, it just grabs what is in view. Is there a way to grab the other stuff that lies "behind"? It doesn't have to be print to pdf functionality; anything that would get the data onto my HD would work for me. I know this is a long shot, but figured it couldn't hurt to ask.



Thanks in advance.

*a r-click brings up the typical menu, where I can only save as htm
 

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