Ever ask yourself, "How do I make a screen capture?"
Windows provides a simple way to capture a screen shot. Here's how you do it:
- To capture an image of the entire screen (that means everything you see on the monitor) press the Print Screen key [PrtScn] located above and to the right of your backspace key on most keyboards. You sometimes have to make sure the F Lock key (if you have one) is OFF.
To capture an image of only the active window, plress the Alt + PrtScn keys at the same time.
Windows will copy an image of the screen or the active window to the Clipboard. You can then paste this image into any other Windows program that can display graphic images by using that application's Edit/Paste command.
You can paste it into a graphics program to edit or save the image. If you don't have another graphics program you like to use, every Windows user has a Paint program with which you can do this. To open Paint, click the Start button, point to Programs/Accessories, and click Paint.
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