ID1.pdf - Screenshots with Windows PC Screenshots are handy but vary from computer-to-computer and operating systems such as Windows XP 7 8 and 10 Newer

ID1.pdf - Screenshots with Windows PC Screenshots are handy...

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Screenshots with Windows PC Screenshots are handy but vary from computer-to-computer and operating systems such as Windows XP, 7, 8, and 10. Newer operating systems sometimes have a snipping tool or screen capture; Microsoft Word and OneNote offer other methods while Mac books have Grab-it. Check out your computing system Help section for details; experiment with the screenshot function on your computing system for keystrokes and combination keys required to produce the result you want. Generally speaking a typical keyboard will have a Print Screen key in the upper right hand corner; it may be spelled out or abbreviated such as PrtSc. It may have a square frame around it, in which case you will see an Fn key with a frame as well. See figures 2A & 2B for keyboard examples. Figure 2A If you have an fn key: Hold down the fn key and tap the PrtSc key to take an automatic
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