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Screen Capture is a Handy Extension For Google Chrome

Screen Capture is an extension by Google for its browser Google Chrome that helps you to capture webpage as a whole, visible region or section of a web page and save it as a PNG image. As comparing to similar desktop tool, this tool is really fast when capturing large pages.

This handy extension supports horizontal and vertical scroll when capturing whole page. You can also edit (Highlighting, redacting and adding text) your captured image before saving it as a PNG image.

 To capture a web page, just click the Screen Capture icon (see screenshot below) and chose an option: Visible page, whole content or region.

Key Features of Screen Capture Extension:
  1. Support horizontal scroll for large pages that do not fit in one tab screen horizontally.
  2. Intelligently detect floating objects on a page and avoid repeating capture of the same floating objects if whole page capture requires scrolling.
  3. Works on Windows, Linux and Mac.
  4. Supports copying the captured image to clipboard on Windows and Linux.
 Install Screen Capture at Google Chrome extension gallery. 
 Similar extension for Chrome.


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