+1 Yes, please. Here's an alternate workaround to screen caps. Not perfect, but different trade-offs. Instead of an image, it produces a final PDF, which I prefer, but it does seem to clip off the outer edges of the page. (I'm using Chrome on OSX. Please let me know if modified steps are needed for MS or other browsers.) Open the character sheet in roll20.net Pop out the character sheet to its own browser window using the button in the upper-left corner. In Chrome, you can, by hand, increase the size of text boxes which have been overrun. Do it sparingly. Use your browser's Print capability to save the first page ("Core") to pdf. Change the filename to something you'll be able to find later. I recommend you add "-page1" or something like that to the end of the filename. Switch to the "Bio" and "Spells" pages if you want them, and print them also to pdf, appending "-page2", "-page3", etc. Optional: If you keep a Google doc for your character and want it included, print appropriate pdf pages for that. (For me, I keep one Google doc starting a new page for each of my characters, and print that one page to make the overall pdf.) Assuming you haven't put trade secrets or confidential information in your character sheets :), go to <a href="http://www.pdfmerge.com/" rel="nofollow">http://www.pdfmerge.com/</a> , upload your pdfs in the order you want them, and click the "Merge" button. That will download the merged pdf. Not perfect, but workable.