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Easy Way to Capture Screenshot of a Webpage (Chrome Extension)

Webpage Screenshot is a handy Chrome extension that lets you captures screenshot of a webpage, cut, edit and annotate the screenshot and save it in your computer as PNG/JPG image file or share it with your friends via Facebook, Twitter or Gmail. You can capture webpage as a whole or just the viewing portion with a click.

The extension is easy to use and user-friendly. Just install it, click the ‘Camera’ icon shown on the tool menu whenever you want to capture screenshot. Then you can draw, edit, cut, comment or change the resolution, save locally or share it with friends.


Main Features of Webpage Screenshot:
  • Drawing Tools: Line, Ellipse, Rectangle, Arrow
  • Add Text.
  • Fast Crop
  • Color Picker: Remember the last color you used.
  • Save, share or print
  • Save to HD: The only extension that let you save large images to your HD, (not 2MB limit)
  • Capture local files: Can capture "FILE://"
  • Can capture horizontal websites
 Webpage Screenshot can install from Chrome Web Store

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