July 21, 2008

Print Screen – Two Ways

In a previous Tech Tip, we showed you how to use Print Screen to take a snapshot image of whatever currently appears on your screen and save it to the Windows Clipboard. To review…
1. Press the Print Screen key
2. Then, go to your destination location (such as a Word document or email message)
3. Right-click and select PASTE
4. The captured image will pop into the selected destination

But, there may be times when you want only a snapshot of the current window, not all the whole screen. That’s easy too! If you would like to capture only the current window, hold down the ALT button while you press the Print Screen button.

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