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Image Capture Whole Web Page using C#

, 22 Jun 2005
Capture whole web pages as a single image using C#.

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Douglas M. Weems
Web Developer
United States United States
My experience with programming began with Turbo Pascal while working on my Physics degree back in 1989.
 
After getting out of school, I used pre-VBA Excel macros to write some really fancy applications to help with the job I was doing. This inspired me to try to write "Windows" programs and to search out Visual Basic 3.0.
 
I wrote a bunch of small applications and ran them against Access and FoxPro. However, this still wasn't my primary job.
 
In 1994, I went on my first contract, a 3-month deal that turned into 3-years. I learned a lot more about development. Development was in VB3, VB4 and ASP. I got a chance to admin NT4 and SQL Server 6 and 6.5.
 
After moving on to another company, I spent another 2 years with VB and then 5 years with Java and JSP.
 
In March of 2004, I installed Visual Studio 2003. I tasted C#, and became hopelessly addicted.
 
My other interests are my 3 sons, my wife Smile | :) , metal detecting, yard work, travel and learning new things.
 
update: Now love SharePoint, PowerShell, JQuery, C#, PHP
 
location: Atlanta, Georgia
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