I would like to capture total and partial screenshots of webpages in Chrome, along with magnified glass view of an area. Is there software or an extension to help me do this on Windows? Thanks.
There is a extension and add on in the both browser just search and activate
Use PhotoScape, pretty easy to download.
Awesome Screenshot: Capture & Annotate
there are several things you can do,
try snippet in windows 7
in case you dont have windows 7
try Read later Fast Chrome App
or screen capture, available @ chrome store
Thanks for so many answers. Do all tools have magnifying glass feature?
What you want is a Chrome Extension that does screenshot. There are plenty of them available, and most if not all allow you to grab the entire page or a part of it. For example, "Screen Capture (by Google)", "Pixlr Grabber" and "Awesome Screenshot" all have these options.
You can use a program called Picick. It's free too. You can get it here: http://www.picpick.org/download
If you have the cash, Snagit is great for taking lots of screenshots.
Use this extension: Screen Capture by Google
You're welcome! :)
Best way will be without a 3rd party software.
You just need basic MS Paint skills.
1, Prt Sc SysRq to capture current frame.
2. Paste in MS Paint
3. Select > Select All, and then move the image according to the cropping you want to do. Half, full, quarter whatever screen you wish, you get it :D
Just use Print Screen, like Suman said. This is a very useful key but it's underrated. You don't have to install anything too. Make sure your Chrome browser is the active window, then press ALT+Prt Sc, then open MS Paint then press CTRL+V. Save it in the picture file type (jpeg, png, etc.) you like by choosing it in the "Save as" option. If you want a zoom version, press CTRL+mouse wheel up in chrome then repeat the steps I told you above.
You can use Faststone Capture with special feature capturing scrolling window.
Awesome screenshot -
Webpage screenshot -
A zoom tool for magnifying selected parts of the screen.
Here is loads of free screen capture apps to browse through:
Snipping tool works well but Jing http://www.techsmith.com/jing.html can do a better job for you.
Check out Awesome Screenshot in the Chrome store. Install the extension and you can capture the whole page, a portion, and even notate.
Did you tried Print Screen key in your keyboard?
go to the page you want srceenshot of, press Print Screen (Prt Sc), open MS paint and paste it there.
or there is an article about taking screenshots in MUO by Tina,
after pasting .. file > save as > choose file type Jpg or your kind.