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screenshot on HP Pavilion

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Pavilion 360
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

How do I get a screenshot on HP Pavilion?  Where is the Windows Key on HP Pavilion 360?  I cant seem to do a screenshot with PRT SCR key only.  This blog said to hit WindowsKey with PrintScreen.  I see print screen, where is windows Key?  or is there some other way to get a screenshot?

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indeed normally nothing could be simpler
just press the windows key, and at the same time the print key.
The screen should darken, indicating that the capture is taken.
Then, go to the image folder (pictures) and under the 'capture' folder
You also have a very simple tool, which allows you to capture portions of the screen you want:


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Use key combinations to screenshot on a HP desktop

Press "PrtSc": Take a screenshot on HP notebook with full screen. The screenshot will be copied to the clipboard.
Press "Alt" and "PrtSc" keys together: Screenshot on HP laptop Windows 7 and more of a particular window that is active. You need to paste it to Paint or other photo editors.
Press "Windows" and "PrtSc" keys simultaneously: Take a screenshot on HP Pavilion x360 and other versions. The screenshot picture will be saved to the "Pictures" folder automatically.


But I think the best Screen Recorder for HP is Vidmore PC Screen Recorder.  It can record your screen video with audio. If you want to screenshot on a HP laptop only, you can choose “Screen Capture”

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