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Oaken for Year End Statements
January 5, 2020
7:38 am
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Just received an email this morning.

The annual portfolio e-statement detailing all your investments from the previous calendar year is available.

Checked both of our accounts.

Response:
Download Document Statement Failed

Well done Oaken!!!!

January 5, 2020
9:36 am
Dean
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Oaken's idea of an early April Fools Joke❓ sf-wink

Maybe try again tomorrow.

sf-cool " Live Long And Prosper " sf-cool

January 5, 2020
10:50 am
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GICinvestor said
Just received an email this morning.

The annual portfolio e-statement detailing all your investments from the previous calendar year is available.

Checked both of our accounts.

Response:
Download Document Statement Failed

Well done Oaken!!!!  

If you really need it on your pc, consider copy screen and paste into word doc.sf-wink

January 5, 2020
11:14 am
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ReX said

If you really need it on your pc, consider copy screen and paste into word doc.sf-wink  

Excellent suggestion, ReX! Another way to save the screen / print information is to save it as a PDF document, using Google Print...which, sadly is rumored to be discontinued at the end of 2020 .

Stephen

January 5, 2020
12:08 pm
Doug
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Nehpets said

Excellent suggestion, ReX! Another way to save the screen / print information is to save it as a PDF document, using Google Print...which, sadly is rumored to be discontinued at the end of 2020 .

Stephen  

Also, print to PDF, which is what I use. If Google's save as PDF print viewer/driver doesn't render it correctly, this is a good excuse to plug Vivaldi (a Chromium-based browser, so you'll get the Chrome experience with out the Google data mining, or at least less of it if you're still using Google for search and e-mail). Their sync feature is even more amazing than Chrome's, and the tab stacking is pretty cool. sf-cool

Anyway, so the feature that's built in is a "capture page" button. Sure, screenshot tools like Greenshot and Yandex.Disk Screenshots exist, and they're great (I use them both), but this is pretty cool because it saves the whole page, not just that above the scroll line, as a JPG or PNG file (you can set file format).

I completely migrated from, purged, and uninstalled Chrome over the holidays so am now using 100% Vivaldi. Sorry, Google, you weened me off Internet Explorer, which is great, but in so doing, you made it easier for me to switch away from you when you became bloated and insisted on auto-playing videos. sf-cool

Cheers,
Doug

January 5, 2020
3:07 pm
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I have a Mac that allows to screen print and save as PDF. One of the good points of iMacs and MacBooks.

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