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suraj

how do i take Desktops Screenshots

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how do i take Desktops Screenshots

plz tell me

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Print Scrn - Captures the whole screen

Alt-Print Scrn - Captures the currently active window

You won't notice any effect, but the clipboard will have what you captured.

To view what you just captured, open up MS Paint and select Edit -> Paste.

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Why install a third party software when MS gives you that , also , the picture taken from

the keyboard Print screen is much better(sharper) then using a soft .

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You are right. No need for it.

I just need the nice feature that allows me to capture directly to file. THIS saves time.

Principally when you just want a temp image that will be deleted in no time.

If windows had such a feature, I would gladly use it, of course.

:)

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hmmm

format /c ?

No, really!

1. Prt Scrn (Entire Desktop)

2. Alt+Prt Scr (Active Window)

Open

Start->Program Files->Accesories->MSPaint

Once MSPaint opens click on:

1. Edit->Paste

OR

2. ALT+V

After that stand up, spin your chair around 4x, stand on your head, and rub your belly clapping your feet together.

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i use the program "NeoShooter" its nice, small & free, has a bit more options then gadwin printscreen :)

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