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Student
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Print Screen Question

I am trying to use print screen on my laptop and I can't do anything when I press the home/prnt sc button I tried shifting alt, ctrl, I'm not sure how to use this feature on my laptop does anyone have any suggestions?
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Regents Professor
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Re: Print Screen Question

Hold down the Fn (Function) key and then press the Print Screen key.
Teacher
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Re: Print Screen Question

Its called "Snipping Tool" on Vista.........

 

 Start menu then search for it....

Regents Professor
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Re: Print Screen Question


qwackerz wrote:

Its called "Snipping Tool" on Vista.........

 

 Start menu then search for it....


Actually, it's not.  That is a similar feature in Vista...but Print Screen is still used.

Honor Student
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Re: Print Screen Question

hold fn and prt sc ( on my lapton fn is near ctrl and prt sc is on the home button) hope it helps
Honor Student
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Re: Print Screen Question

laptop*
Student
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Re: Print Screen Question

Where does it save to

?

Honor Student
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Re: Print Screen Question

thank you, this really helps and it fixed the print screen issue i had!

Honor Student
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Re: Print Screen Question

thank you...this fixed the print screen issue i had on my hp laptop!
Student
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Re: Print Screen Question

I do not have Prt Scr on my laptop, is a HP G61. I tried Fn+ Ins but it doesn`t work. Can you help me ?

 

Thanks

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