Capturing the screen with button. PrintScreen. ’s function is came with Windows as long as the button is pressed, Windows will save the image in the Clipboard, a temporary memory. We need to put the captured image onto another.Most of which would not be a program. Paint. because it is the first that have come with Windows already installed.
Techniques to capture the screen in this story was not anything special at that stage of the process right now. I will tell the way in which we do this step quickly than if we would only take a brisk 1 to 2 seconds to capture screen to make it? Do it together.
First step , we need to set up the Paint program, click the program before we paint it and then select Properties from the Shortcut tab in the Shortcut key for button setting you want. I’ll be anything. I am using a set. P. , in this step, we set the Windows Paint program open to us as soon as you press the button. CTRL + ALT + P.
The latter is the PrintScreen button on the right to have a little trick. Is to capture the entire screen press PrintScreen button is just nothing, but if we want to capture a particular window active, press and hold the ALT key and press the PrintScreen it.
Step by step, it will capture it.
- Press PrintScreen (or ALT + PrintScreen).
- Press ALT + CTRL + P.
- Press CTRL + V (to paste the commands (Paste)).
- Press CTRL + S.
- Press ENTER.
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PrintScreen captures a typical example.
Push the ALT PrintScreen to capture and hold on.