Last Updated on September 21, 2022 by Ernest
Some time ago, it was only possible to take a screenshot on your screen, now, you can take a screenshot of a whole web page, and this article is just about that.
This is what a full-page screenshot of my blog looks like:
Step 1 – Take a Screenshot
Take a screenshot on your iPad as you would usually.
iPads without a home button:
Press the volume button + lock button(top button)
iPads with a home button:
Press the home button + lock button(top button)
Step 2 – Change to a Full-page Screenshot
When you take a screenshot on an iPad, a preview will pop up in the bottom left corner. Click on that preview.
Switch from “Screen” to “Full Page”
That’s it. You have yourself a full-page screenshot. It will save as a PDF file. You can draw over it, highlight some parts, draw arrows, circles, whatever. You can also crop it however you like and just cut out some parts that you don’t require. You can also turn that PDF file into a JPG. If that is necessary.
Screenshots on iPads and iPhones have evolved and there are a lot of tips & tricks to know that could make your life a bit easier and make you more productive.
I love tech and all about it. I'm interested in finding ways how they can make my life more productive, and I share my knowledge with my blog readers. I'm an iPad Pro, iPhone, MacBook, and Apple Watch user, so I know a thing or two about these devices and try to write helpful content around these topics.