Many times you might like to copy a whole screen of information.

For example, if you buy something online, you may wish to have

an exact copy of their confirmation of payment. Well, it's


You just tap the PrtScr (print screen) button. The real function

of this key is to make a "snapshot" of your screen. If you have

some imaging software (or a good word processor), you can then

paste your shot into that and crop, etc.

To capture the whole screen, just hit the Print Screen (it might

say Prt Sc ) button on your keyboard. It's located right above

the Insert, Home and Page Up keys.

Then, open your imaging software (and a blank page, if you need

to, it will depend on your software) and select your "Paste"

command (usually Ctrl+V ).

This should paste an image of your computer screen into the

document you're working on. You can also paste the image into a

word processing program like MS Word or WordPerfect if you don't

have imaging software.

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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