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Creating a new Google Chrome Extension is not difficult. This article shows you how to create a very simple one in 10 minutes flat.

Once you have a simple one written then you can extend it perform other actions simply by interacting with your page. This simple thing could help you automate a lot of mundane tasks you do daily without the need for API programming.
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Please note that for more advanced extensions that we may refer you to a paid mentor. For simpler extensions or popular issues we may be able to assist directly.
This stackexchange article provides an answer on how to Get the Html Source from the current page via your Google Chrome Extension. The key thing to note is the permissions as this is asking for more than you did in the simple sample. Also note that some websites may block this functionality.
Extensions are very powerful and you can automate a lot of stuff but sometimes your extensions need to collect data and store it locally.
Here is a good article on how to save a file on disk.
There are ways to use the equivalent to save as or to issue a download which will prompt the user to download. However the alternative is to use an XMLHTTPRequest to grab the data. You can see this in action in the Drag To Save Images project on GitHub.
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Please note that for more advanced extensions that we may refer you to a paid mentor. For simpler extensions or popular issues we may be able to assist directly.