Need help capturing screenshot of scrolling web page

I need a screenshot of a very large, scrolling web page.  I've tried Fireshot and DuckCapture, but encountered challenges.  FireShot could not save the page as a png image, because the file was too large.  If it did save a png file, the file could not be opened.  Saving as a pdf file resulted in a blank page.  And I couldn't get DuckCapture to scroll the entire page.  If anyone can produce a screenshot of this page, I'd appreciate it.  Please note that the page may not load completely until you scroll down to the bottom, and do so repeatedly:    When the page has loaded completely, there are hundreds of hotel advertisements, and this is what I need to document.
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Emmanuel AdebayoGlobal Windows Infrastructure Engineer - ConsultantCommented:
I used DuskCapture as attached. It did it in two  because it is a frame and it break after the picture.
EirmanChief Operations ManagerCommented:
I have used SnagIt to capture long webpages with great success.

I also used it to capture data from a scrolling proprietary stand-alone database.
Using the OCR features of SnagIt, I was able to create an excel file.
Joe Winograd, Fellow&MVEDeveloperCommented:
Hi David,
As far as I can tell, this is one of those never-ending web pages.Whenever you scroll to the bottom, another set of items loads, and then you're no longer at the bottom. I don't think I'm exaggerating when I say that I went to the bottom 50 times, but each time, a new set of items loaded. I suppose it might end at some point when their lodging database runs out, but I'm wondering if there's a certain number of pages that would be sufficient for you. I just converted it to a PDF using Acrobat's Convert Web Page feature. The first time it was 97 pages. I scrolled down a few more times and then it was 111 pages! I'm sure there will be more if I keep scrolling — I have no idea when it would really end. The 111-page PDF is attached. Regards, Joe

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EirmanChief Operations ManagerCommented:
one of those never-ending web pages
Just like the EE home page!
Joe Winograd, Fellow&MVEDeveloperCommented:
> Just like the EE home page!

Yes, exactly! That was my first thought. :)
ddantesAuthor Commented:
Thanks to all Experts who commented.  The pdf in the accepted solution most completely met my requirements.
Joe Winograd, Fellow&MVEDeveloperCommented:
You're welcome. As always, happy to help. Mahalo, Joe
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