Written by: Jay H.
Taking screenshots is an easy way to capture and save what’s on your screen. But what about if you need to screenshot your entire webpage versus just what is on your screen at that time?
Luckily, you can easily capture your entire webpage in just a few steps. Here’s how to take a full-page screenshot.
Free screen capture extension
The Chrome Web Store contains extensions that can do just about any task you can think of – including taking full-page screen captures. One free and easy-to-use screenshotting tool is GoFullPage.
Simply download the extension and click on it when you need to use it. It’s that simple!
Saving as PDF
If you actually want to save your webpage as a PDF instead of as an image, you can easily accomplish this. Simply right-click on the page and select Print… or press CTRL + P to open the print menu. Under Destination, choose Save as PDF, select the pages you want to save, and hit Save.
The downside to this feature is that the formatting may distort and look wonky on the saved PDF, but this trick can come in handy.
Start screenshotting like a pro
Gone are the days you’re limited to using the Print Screen button to take partial-page screenshots. Go forth and take all of the full-page captures you need!
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