You could try viewing the page in smaller mode (ie VIEW ZOOM - move from 100% to say 70%) that will then capture more of the screen and then when you do a screen shot it will capture more more of the page for you
by robert m - a day ago
On your keyboard, somewere in the top right corner in the top row there should be a key called "print sc/sys rq" when ever you are on a website you want to capture the screen, just click that key, and it will automatically copy the entire page. All you have to do now is open a program such as a common one like " paint" and in the menu section look for "paste" and it will display the entire page you copied. Now all u have to do is save the file And rename it
by Alberto Segovia - a day ago
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