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How do i take a sreen shot on my computer?

Discussion in 'All other topics' started by tripplite, Jun 2, 2007.

  1. tripplite

    tripplite Guest

    i have seen many people take shots of windows that have opened in there computer and later edit them and put directions for a guide they wrote, is there built in windows software that can do this? can anyone name software that can do this for me?
     
  2. tocen

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    its VERY simple. push the button on your keyboard that says "PrintScreen\SysRq" it should be loacated above the numpad, at least on my keyboard it is, anyways its on the top right.
     
  3. tripplite

    tripplite Guest

    tocen- thanx but not what i needed
     
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  4. tocen

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    how is it not what you needed. if this isn't what you needed than i am confused.
     
  5. ireland

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    This is what i use ,check it out

    SnagIt Screen Capture and Image
    Editing

    All the screen capture and editing you need, in one simply powerful program
    http://www.techsmith.com/snagit.asp
     
  6. tocen

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    i thought you just wanted to take a picture of the screen and edit it with paint.
     
  7. tripplite

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    tocen- well thank you but for me..... it's along story let me just it this way my key board is crippled

    ireland
    DVDXCopy Chief Moderator - just what i needed much thanks
     
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    Your right that is what he said, but he is selling something, not really asking a question.
     
  9. tocen

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    k, just tryin to help
     
  10. tripplite

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    ya i said thanks i wasn't attacking you and to the NOOB who said i was selling something, no i wasn't i said i need software that i can take a picture of the screen with, and than later edit it implying that i didn't want a jpeg file or something i cant work with, but thanks for your effort i found what i need and thats all thats important
     
  11. ddp

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    tripplite, edit your 2. June 2007 @ 22:25 post ASAP as that comment is not needed.

    tocen, edit your sig to conform to forum specs ASAP.
    2. An image-only signature should be less than 50kb in size, and be at most 500 pixels wide and 200 pixels tall.

     
  12. 2of12

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    Thanks ddp mod I agree Good Job.
     

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