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Method 1 (Windows 10 and 11 only)

 

Press the following keys:-

 

068_Left_Windows_Win_Black + 055_Left_Shift_Win_Black + 044_S_Win_Black

 

The screen will dim and the mouse pointer will change

 

You can drag to select a portion of the screen to capture

 

The screenshot will be copied to the clipboard, which you can then paste into another program (e.g. into a Word document) or into an email

 

 

Method 2 (Windows 10 and 11 only)

 

Press the following keys:-

 

068_Left_Windows_Win_Black + 075_Print_Screen_Win_Black

 

This automatically saves a screenshot of the current screen which you can find in your 'Pictures' folder, in a sub folder called 'Screenshots'

 

 

Method 3 (Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 / 10 and 11)

 

Press the following key:-

 

075_Print_Screen_Win_Black

 

to capture whole screen

 

or

 

069_Left_Alt_Win_Black + 075_Print_Screen_Win_Black

 

to capture active window

 

The resulting screenshot will be copied to your clipboard, which you can then paste into another program (e.g. into a Word document) or into an email

 

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