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Creating screenshots

Windows 10
1. Set up the screen as whatever you want to take a screenshot of

2. Hold down the Windows Key and Print Screen on your computer keyboard

3. You’ll find a new screenshot in the Pictures folder in your Library


Windows 8
1. Set up the screen as whatever you want to take a screenshot of

2. Hold down the Windows Key and Print Screen on your computer keyboard

3. You’ll find a new screenshot in the Pictures folder in your Library


Windows 7
To capture an active window:

1. Press the Alt and PrtScn keys on your computer keyboard

2. Open Paint by clicking the Start button, clicking All Programs, clicking Accessories, and then clicking Paint

3. In Paint, on the Home tab, in the Clipboard group, click Paste

4. If you want to resize the image, on the Home tab, in the Image group, click Resize, and enter a new percentage or pixel size

5. Click the picture of the Paint button , and then click Save

OR

To capture a snip using Snipping Tool:
1. Open Snipping Tool by clicking the Start button. In the search box, type Snipping Tool, and then, in the list of results, click Snipping Tool

2. Click the arrow next to the New button, select Free-form Snip, Rectangular Snip, Window Snip, or Full-screen Snip from the list, and then select the area of your screen that you want to capture


Windows Vista
1. Press the PrtScn button on your computer keyboard

2. Click on the Windows start button

3. Go to Programs or All Programs, then to Accessories and Click Paint

4. Once in Microsoft Paint, click the Edit menu, click Paste

5. Click the File menu, select Save As

6. Save the file to your desktop so that it's easy to find and name the file

7. In the Save as Type drop down menu, select JPEG and Click Save


Windows XP
1.
Click the window you want to capture and then press the Alt and PrtScn keys on your computer keyboard

2. Click Start, click Accessories, and then click Paint

3. In the Paint window, click Edit, and then click Paste

4. When the image appears in the Paint window, click File, and then click Save As

5. In the Save As dialog box and in the File name box, type a name for the screen shot, and then click Save


Mac
1.
Set up the screen with what you wish to capture

2. Hold down on the SHIFT, CMD, 3 keys on your keyboard to capture the entire screen

3. To capture only one section of the page, hold down on the SHIFT, CMD, 4 keys on your keyboard and when the symbol appears on your screen, select the area required

4. With both options, your screenshot will be automatically saved to your desktop

 

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