We need to print the contents of a website as they display on the screen, however Chrome / Firefox printing and plugins remove much of the formatting, meaning that what is printed looks nothing like what it does on the screen. We need to print exactly what appears on the screen for an upcoming Court case, to be able to demonstrate what it is that a user sees when they look at the screen. This will require taking screenshots of the screen, patching them together in something like Photoshop and then adding a patched together "page" into a single page of a Word document. The completed Word document will then form a "catalog" of what the website actually looks like. The website we require is at http://www.westfield.com.au/chatswood. Note that we don't need EVERY page of the website (none of the online shopping etc) - just all of the pages that relate to the Westfields Chatswood website. You'll need to figure out what these pages are. This a very quick and easy job for someone with good photoshop / Word skills. Quick and easy.
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