Hey, I had a client that needed an "accurate" printout of a few webpages we'd created. The pages have a few frame-type things going on, some header stuff, and when they're printed from IE the software takes the main frame, jacks it up to the top left, then tacks all the other frames on to the end. That won't work, we need hardcopies of the way they look on-screen.
I used Print Screen to take snapshots of the pages, then stitched them together in Photoshop. I made the final jpegs 8 inches wide so they'd fill up a printed page, and figured that would be cool. Except...
I can't print in color from the one computer we have with Photoshop on it. So I emailed the final files to myself, and opened them on my computer where -- wait for it -- I don't have Photoshop, or photo software of any kind. We're not exactly a graphic design firm.
So now I have photo files about 8 inches wide by about 20-30 inches tall. What the hell can I do to print them out at their actual widths, on 2-3 sheets of paper. I tried importing them to Word, it makes everything fit on one page vertically, and stupid Office Picture Manager prints at an ungodly low quality -- you can't even read the text.