Other procedures in saving Print Screens

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Hi!

I am using paint to save file my print screens through this sequence, Ctrl V, Ctrl X, Ctrl N, Select No, Ctrl V, then save as jpeg file. I found this very primitive. Is there any shortcut procedures in doing this? Please do guide me.

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Other procedures in saving Print Screens

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 Hi!

I think the easiest way to print screen is to first you have to click the PRT SC button on your keyboard, it is found beside scroll lock. On the start button click All Programs>>>> Accessories >>>> click Paint. When you`re already in Paint, click ctrl+V, the image you desire will be pasted on the paint. Click office button and click save. I think there is no more easier way than this. As for myself I prefer these procedures as it is the simplest of all.

Thank you. I hope this works for you.

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Other procedures in saving Print Screens

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Why not use Adobe Photoshop to save all your screenshots, like for example, Adobe Photoshop 7.0. It is a much nicer application where you can eventually edit your screenshot after pasting it there. You can adjust the image’s physical dimension, the width and the height. And if you want to save it, you have a much bigger selection of file types to choose from. And you don’t have to repeat those key combinations each time you paste your screenshot.

  1. Just press the Print Screen SysRq button on the keyboard to get the screenshot.
  2. Open Adobe Photoshop.
  3. Press CTRL + N or click File > New. Your current screen size will be used as the current dimension or size of the image.
  4. Click OK.
  5. Press CTRL + V to paste the image. You can now change the image’s dimension by clicking Image > Image Size. And then save the file afterwards.

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