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How to take a screenshot?

Post by Shadow on April 16th 2015, 4:37 pm

How to take a screenshot?


What is a screenshot




A screenshot is, in short, a picture of your screen. It can be used as a presentation or act as a guideline for a path route to take. Screen shots can also be used to authenticate something such as an image or post.

How do I take a screenshot?




1- First of all, you need some sort of image software ( MS paint should prove more than sufficient )
The next step is to find the right key to press on your keyboard. Indeed, there's a button which when you press it will instantly copy your screen (as an image) into your clipboard. The letters are Prt Scr - or on some keyboards Prt Sc. In any case it should be located here:

2. Open Paint: Start menu> All programs tab>Accessories> Paint tool


3. Click on paste:

4. Click on save as: 

5. Then, select the folder on which you want to save your screenshot

6. you can now host this picture on: https://servimg.com and publish it on your forum. Learn how to host a picture.

Screenshot on one part of your screen




Snipping tool: 
This tool allows you to take a screenshot quickly (Start menu> Programs> Accessories> Snipping ), then you just have to select the zone of the screen, finally register the screenshot on your office (in JPG or PNG)

How to take a screenshot with a Mac (Mac Os9 and X)


 Definition: A screenshot is, in short, a picture of your screen. It can be used as a presentation or act as a guideline for a path route to take. Screen shots can also be used to authenticate something such as an image or post.

Total screenshot




1- Press at the same time cmd+shift+3




You should hear a camera noise.

2- With Mac OS9, the picture is directly saved on your hard drive (.pict.)? With Mac OS X, the picture is saved on your office (in PNG)
3- If you want to change your picture format ( PICT doesn't fit with all pictures hosts), you have to double-click on the picture that will be opened in a software. Then, select the folder Arrow save as and change your picture format (PNG or JPG)

Take a screenshot of a detail




1. Press at the same time cmd/shift/4 buttons:


2- With Mac OS9, the picture is directly saved on your hard drive (.pict.)? With Mac OS X, the picture is saved on your office (in PNG)
3- If you want to change your picture format ( PICT doesn't fit with all pictures hosts), you have to double-click on the picture that will be opened a software. Then, select the folder  Arrow save as and change your picture format (PNG or JPG)
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