Take Scrolling Screenshot of any Web Page Using Mozilla Firefox - PC SEEKERS

Take Scrolling Screenshot of any Web Page Using Mozilla Firefox

Do you often take screenshots of web pages to read them later? If yes, then you need not download any tools or extensions to do the same anymore. You can do it using the in-built feature of Mozilla Firefox browser. So let's take a scrolling screenshot of a web page.

(Scroll to the end of this post to watch the video tutorial instead.)

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Take Scrolling Screenshot of Web Page:

Step 1: If you don't already have Mozilla Firefox browser then you can download it by clicking here: Mozilla Firefox browser download. If you already have it then check for updates.

Step 2: Go to the webpage you want to take a screenshot of.

Step 3: At the end of the web address in the address bar click on the page actions icon (three dots) and select 'Take a screenshot' from the list.

When you are using it for the first time you will be shown a basic tutorial about all you can do with this feature of the browser.

Step 4: Once the page is fully loaded, if you want to take a screenshot of the full browser page then in the top right menu select 'Save Full Page'. If you want to take a screenshot of only the things that are visible to you on the webpage then select 'Save Visible'. If you want to capture the contents of the page yourself then place the cursor at the start point from where you want to capture the page, then left click on the mouse and drag the cursor to the end of the end point till where you want to capture the web page and then leave the left mouse button.

Step 5: You can directly download the screenshot to your PC by clicking on the download icon or you can upload the screenshot to a cloud storage of the browser. On the cloud storage the screenshot will be available for 14 days later it will be removed.

Hope that helped you and decreased your efforts into capturing a web page.

Thank You

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