How to Take a Full Webpage Screenshot 

This post is about how to take a full webpage screenshot in Google Chrome (my browser of choice).  Screenshots come in handy for

  • tutorials;
  • showing your IT guys exactly what broke,
  • where it broke, and
  • when it broke;
  • and for designers, it’s a great way to show off your work.
  1. Head on over to the Chrome Web Store
  2. Women like shopping, right?  Weeeellll, if you’ve ever met me in person, you know that I could care less about clothes but I get Super excited about techy-geeky stuff.  Enter Chrome Web Store, my Favorite place to shop!
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  4. Find Awesome Screenshot: Capture & Annotate
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  6. Click +Free
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  8. Click Add on the popup at the top of the screen
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  10. You should now see it in your toolbar
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  12. Go to the page you want to take a screenshot of
  13. Click the camera lens in the toolbar
  14. Click Capture entire page
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  16. Click Done if you like how it turned out or use some of the other nifty features available
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  18. That’s it!  I’ve tried a few other screenshot tools, but I found Awesome Screenshot to be the fastest and have the best resolution.

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