Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

Taking ScreenShots

Collapse
X
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • Taking ScreenShots

    Taking a screenshot … Easy ain't it ?
    But really difficult to remember when you need it the most

    Below is a quick guide on how to take screenshot on different devices.

    Windows

    1) Find the Print Screen Key on the keyboard. The name of the key varies and could be “Print Screen” or “PrtScn”.
    2) Bring the contents you want the screenshot of on the screen and press the key Print Screen key.
    3) Now open your favorite image editor and paste the copied image using the “Ctrl+V” key.
    4) Just save the image as a JPG, GIF or any other file.
    5) Quick trick : If you don’t want the opened windows on the bottom of the page to be caught in the screenshot, just hold the “Alt” key when pressing the “PrtScn” key

    Mac

    1) Bring the contents you want the screenshot of on the screen.
    2) Search for and press Command+Shift+4 and release all.
    3) Now move around the mouse cursor (that turned into crosshairs).

    iPad, iPhone or iPod touch

    1) Press the keys Home & Sleep/Wake at once. Your screenshot is taken.
    2) Now look for the image in your phone’s photos.

    Android devices like smartphone or tablet

    1) Hold the volume down and power key together for a couple of seconds.
    2) Look for the image in your phone’s Gallery.


    Regards,
    Suzanne Jones.

  • #2
    Re: Taking ScreenShots

    Originally posted by Suzzane View Post
    Taking a screenshot … Easy ain't it ? But really difficult to remember when you need it the most
    TinyTake or Jing suffices my needs.. Thanks for sharing this additional built-in information for others who don't want to use 3rd party apps for this purpose!
    Rock _a.k.a._ Jack Daniel

    Follow eUKhost on Twitter || Join eUKhost Community on Facebook

    Comment

    Working...
    X