As Dirk said in the previous post - the short answer is NO!
I have found the only reliable way is to carefully desolder them using soderwick brand desoldering braid and then measuring them out of the circuit. You will most like ly find they have been glued to the board but a careful tap on the side should loosen them, but be warned - they are easily damaged.
SMD capacitors are a real pain in the arse - I have yet to find any with codes on them
Another method is to carefully slice the PCB trace on one side - this effectively removes the capacitor from the circuit - a sharp craft knife should do the job - after you have measured it you can scrape the solder mask lacquer coating off the trace ends and usually resolder the trace ends back together - push the cut trace ends down with a small flat blade screwdriver helps.
If you try and measure capacitors in curcuit you will not even get close to their actual values - no easy way sorry