1213 Views 4 Replies Latest reply: Nov 26, 2006 7:53 AM by mduser63
You can do this two ways:
1. Many free and inexpensive applications are available for getting Windows screen captures. Search http://www.versiontracker.com or http://www.google.com for a list.
2. Or, I found this on a different website...
Go to Accessories/Accessability in the start menu and select the On-Screen Keyboard.
That will give you a print screen button you can click with your mouse. (Using the On-Screen Keyboard will not change the active window, so you can even grab just the window you want).
Hope this helps! bill
1 GHz Powerbook G4 Mac OS X (10.4.8)
It sounds to me like you're actually trying to take a screenshot in OS X, not Windows. To do so, do the following:
For a full-screen screenshot, press command-shift-3.
For a screenshot of just part of the screen, press command-shift-4, then drag the cross hairs to select an area.
For a screenshot of one window, press command-shift-4, then press spacebar, and click the camera icon on the window you want.
These methods will create a file on your desktop called Picture #.png. If you want to copy the screenshot to the clipboard instead (as happens in Windows), just press control in addition to the other keys described above.
Hope this helps.