Use Print Screen to capture Screenshot
1. Save Screenshot as a File : Press the “Windows Logo Key + PrtScn” to capture and save screenshot as a file. The screen will dim for a moment and you will see the screenshot appear as a file in a folder entitled “Screenshots” inside your default “Picture” folder.
To take screenshot in tablet, press the “Windows Logo button + volume down button” and in laptops, press the “Windows logo key + Ctrl + PrtScn” or ” Windows logo key + Fn + PrtScn”.
2. Take a Screenshot without Saving : Press the “PrtScn” key to capture a screenshot of your display and it will copied to the clipboard. Open your favorite image editor and choose Edit > Paste to paste the screenshot wherever you like.
Note : On laptops, you may need to press the “Alt + Fn + PrtScn” keys instead.
Take Screenshot by Using Snipping Tool
- Free-form Snip : Draw any shape around an object with your finger, mouse, or tablet pen.
- Rectangular Snip : Drag the cursor around an object to form a rectangle.
- Window Snip : Choose a window—like a browser window or a dialog box.
- Full-screen Snip : Capture the entire screen.
If you don’t find Snipping Tool on the Start Menu, then you should Rebuild your index. To rebuild the Windows Search index, go to Control Panel > Indexing Options > Click the Advanced button and make sure that you’re on the Index Setting tab of the Advanced Options window.
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