Web Capture web part

Web Capture Web Part

Download details: Office 2003 Add-in: Web Parts and Components


The Web Capture Web Part captures content from a Web page or portion of a Web page.

  1. Using Internet Explorer, go to the Web Part Page that contains the Web Part you want to customize.
  2. In the Actions list, click Edit Page.

Note If the View Page option appears in the Actions list, you are in edit mode

  1. Click the down arrow on the Web Capture Web Part title bar and select Modify Shared Web Part. The Web Capture Web Part pane opens.

Web Capture Web Part pane

  1. In the Web Capture Web Part pane, click Create. The Web Capture dialog box opens.
  2. In the Web Capture dialog box, type the address of the Web page that contains the content you want to capture and go to that page.
  3. The yellow right arrows indicate areas you can capture. To capture the entire page, click the yellow arrow in the top left corner of the page. To capture a subsection, click the yellow arrow next to it. When you click a yellow arrow to capture a page or subsection, a green check mark appears.

Capturing Web content for the Web Capture Web Part

  1. When you finish, click OK.
  2. Click OK in the Web Capture Web Part pane.

Comments (9)

  1. Cece says:

    Is there any way to use the Web Capture Web Part with an https: url?

  2. Roberdan1 says:

    I don’t tink, sorry 🙁

  3. Ollie says:

    You say thats it is possible to capture a portion of a page. I just have two questions.

    1. Does it have to be another sharepoint portal page or can it be ANY web page even in the internet.

    2. How does sharepoint cut cut the web page into portions, i.e. if i wanted just a portion of text from a web page would that be possible ?

  4. Simon Lui says:

    Anybody know how to use https and relative path

    on web capture … Or … any other tool can be done that….

  5. Shilpa says:

    if I user a webcapture webpart to display a part of another SPS site, will the credentials be propagated? or will we need to login again?

  6. Kinnari Bhavsar says:

    From where I can get Web Capture web part for MOSS 2007 & WSS 3.0

  7. Sam says:

    Yep, I need a web capture web part for wss 3.0 too… it was great to see the printer toner levels!

  8. Mike says:

    When i click on Create or Edit Web Capture Dialog Box just comes up without the yellow right arrows which are used to indicate the areas i need to select.  Is this a Office probelm or IE problem?

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