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How to take a Screen Shot or take a Print Screen

To make Print Screen work, you must save an image of what’s displayed on-screen to the clipboard and then paste it into a document where it can be printed. Check in Windows Help: Search “Print Screen”

Briefly, follow this procedure:

1. Maximize the window you’d like to capture.

. To copy/capture the current window, hold down ALT + Print Scrn at the same time.

3. Now open a new document in WordPad, MS Word, MS Photo Editor, or Adobe PhotoShop. Put your cursor where you want the Screen to be printed.

4. Paste the screen shot by holding down CTRL and V at the same time.

5. Save the document.

. eMail it to us as an attached file.

 

One Response to
“How to take a Screen Shot or take a Print Screen”

 Frank Says:
 

Hey, I tried this…and it works perfect. Now I can send you screen shots of my device managers.

I will go to Control Panel, System Icon, Hardware Tab, then Device Managers.

Then I will click on all the plus signs, and take screen shots of all the device managers…I will scroll down after each shot to get the next shot.

I will drop each shots or print into a new WordPad document. (WordPad is a standard Windows program found in Accessories)….save it as a file called dmshots…and email it to you as an attached file

That way you can see exactly what is going on in my machine

 

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