How to take screenshot of entire page?

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I’m trying to take a screenshot on my Mac OS in Chrome web browser using the Shift + Apple Key + 4 shortcut. That works, but I’m unable to scroll and get the whole page. Is there a method that will allow me to screenshot an entire web page, as opposed to just the portion viewable on my monitor?

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Alex Schenker
January 4, 2016 5:34 pm

One option is to export the page as a PDF, which should include the entire page, content and images. Most browsers offer this option. If you don’t want the page parsed into multiple pages, you can create a custom “page size” in Safari, for example, with enough height to cover the multiple pages (ie. 8.5″ x 50″).

There are also several browser plugins, extensions, and apps out there that allow you to capture the full page, but because of reports that some of them contain adware, I’m hesitant to make specific recommendations. A Google search should find them for you if you opt for that route. Good luck! Please let us know what worked best for you in the end.