A reader has a question about how to send an entire web page.

“How do I send a whole page to my email or copy it to my email? It’s like someone sends me a link in my email and I click on it and it opens in a browser how do I get that page back to my email the way it’s showing in the “browser?”

You really can’t send a web page in an email, at least not one that you can interact with. You can take a picture of a web page and send that image.

On a Windows PC jus press the PrtScn Key and then right-click in the email and choose paste. You could also use the Snip & Sketch App to grab a quick shot. Open the app.

he app will open on this screen.

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Click the file icon at the upper left to open an existing image or choose New. Then decide if you want to snip immediately or take a screenshot in 3 or 10 seconds.

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You’ll find options to save, copy, and share the finished image at the upper right. Save the image and attach or insert it into your email.

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If you want an interactive version of the web page, your best bet is just to include the link.