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    Hi, I am currently building my portfolio site and I need screenshots of the sites that I have done. I need them in 2 different sizes.

    The problem I am facing is that I cant get the whole screen just parts of it. I have no photoshop software so I cant edit it.

    Thanks

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    If you use Firefox, there is a plugin called ScreenGrab that will allow you to capture any part or all of the page.

    If you don't have any editing software, try GIMP - it's free.
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    There is always the print screen button. Alt printscreen to capture the "active window", as for sizing, you'll need some editing software. Gimp is good, but like most image editing software, there is a learning curve to use it efficiently.

    What may take your 5 minutes to do ( when starting out using the software ) may take you 20 seconds once you have used it for a while. Doing this work, you should have a good grasp on image creations and management. It will make your life much easier.

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    thanks, I will definetely try that


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