IE Screenshot

IE Screenshot

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Do you like to make screenshots of Web pages that you've visited? What can you do about pages that are longer than one screen? Use IE Screenshot! With a single click, IE Screenshot makes a copy of a full page (no matter how long it is) and saves it as an image file. IE Screenshot scrolls around the page taking shots which it later stitches together.

The free version of IE Screenshot will let you save screenshots as bitmaps (BMPs) only. Using the program is simple - just click the IE Screenshot button and specify a filename.

If you require extended functions for saving screenshots in other popular formats GIF, JPG, PNG, etc., stamping text on screenshots, or e-mailing a screenshot to others via the Internet, you can use the commercial version - IE Screenshot Pro

IE Screenshot toolbar button

Version: 2.2.0 (build 15.0207)
Last Updated: February 7, 2015
File Size: 388 KB (32-bit) / 465 KB (64-bit)
Runs On: Windows® 98/ME/2000/XP/Vista/Seven
Browser: Microsoft® Internet Explorer version 5.5 or later (incl. version 11)

Setup Wizard: download


•  Download the setup package.
•  Run IEScreenshotInstaller.exe and follow the on-screen instructions.
•  If you can't see the IE Screenshot icon on the toolbar, read this FAQ


If you encounter a problem while running this utility or you have any suggestions, comments, you can send a message to support (at)