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lornevs
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How to Print Screen on HP Envy laptop with new keyboard layout

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HP ENVY x360 Convertible 15-ed0xxx
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

This question has been posted before, I have tried all the solutions, none work. Why can't I do a simple, simple operation like Print Screen on this computer? Pressing the Prt Sc button worked - once, but not again. I've tried every combination of prt sc  + fn, ctrl, Windows, alt - nothing works. I must add I hate this keyboard layout, it's almost impossible to see punctuation marks, I make more typing mistakes on this keyboard than any other I've ever had.

Can I please just Print Screen?

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Strg / Ctrl + C for copying all / Strg / Ctrl + Alt + C for copying only the active window and Strg / Ctrl + v for inserting in a graphic program for printing it from there does not work ? 

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Thank you for your reply. Right - does not work for me - Ctrl+C will copy the page as an HTML document (and prompt you so save it), Ctrl+Alt+C does nothing.

I have since found out you can use the Windows 10 print screen function, Shift+Windows+S, it then prompts you to draw the area to be printed. Works fine.

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