How to Take Full Page Screenshots in Chrome

This article describes a fast and easy way to take full page screenshots in Chrome without manual scrolling and save it at full size automatically.

How to Take the Entire Page in Chrome

Have you ever tried to take a screenshot of the entire page in Chrome? How did you do it? Maybe you scrolled the website, captured every part of the page and glued them together? Stop wasting your time! You can capture Chrome scrolling screenshots in just a few seconds using the Movavi ScreenShot Chrome extension.

It's free for installation and easy to use. Check the guide below and test it for yourself!

Step 1. Install the Extension

Add the Movavi ScreenShot extension by hitting the Add to Chrome button. The icon will appear in your browser automatically.

Step 2. Choose the Format

To take a full page screenshot in Chrome, choose the Capture entire page icon – it's the first option on the size list.

Open the page you want to grab and hit the icon to launch the screenshot capture process.

Step 3. Take a Screenshot

Wait for a few seconds. Movavi ScreenShot will scroll the page and capture it automatically. You don't have to lift a finger.

Step 4. Save the Image

When the capturing is complete, you'll see the result in a new tab. If you're satisfied with the image, click Save JPG.

Sounds too easy to be true? The only way to find out is to try it right now!
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