How to Take a Full Page Screenshot with Google Chrome

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There are times when you may need to capture a full page screenshot of a website. A full webpage screenshot from within Google Chrome is possible without a plugin. Most of all, you don’t need to download software or install an extension.

This tutorial will teach you how to take a full page screenshot with Google Chrome. As long as you have Google Chrome installed on your computer, you will be able to capture an entire webpage screenshot in seconds.

Full Page Screenshot in Google Chrome

How to Take a Full Page Screenshot with Google Chrome

Chrome’s built-in developer tools allow you to take a full page screenshot. To take a screenshot of a webpage, including the content that is not visible, follow these four steps.

  1. Open Chrome’s developer tools by pressing Control + Shift + I in Windows or Command + Option + I in Mac
  2. Open Chrome’s command menu by pressing Control + Shift + P in Windows or Command + Shift + P in Mac
  3. Type screenshot
  4. Press Enter or click on Capture full size screenshot

A screenshot of the entire webpage will be downloaded as a PNG file.  Chrome will capture the screenshot based on the current width of the browser window. Consequently, you can change with width of your browser window to the desired size.

As you can see, taking a screenshot of a full webpage in Google Chrome is simple. You can either memorize these simple commands or bookmark this page for future reference.

Embrace the power of Chrome!

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