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How to make a screen shot of a webpage ?

Discussion in 'Computer & IT Forum' started by Harun Rashid, Jan 28, 2012.

  1. kevinrichard

    kevinrichard New Member

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    click that page and press PrtScr button in your keyboard...
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    When you are in the page press Print Screen key in your keyboard. Then paste it to paint or some other place like that.
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    Just press Print screen button on the keyboard to take a screen shot.
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    If your are using Windows 7, you can use snipping tool for screenshot or you can press ALT + Print Screen button and paste the copied image in your image processing tool.
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    Like what most people said, I use the “Prt Sc” (print screen) button on my keyboard. Then I paste it in Paint.
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    Just go to the web page and then press the "Print Screen" button on your keyboard to get the full screen, if you want to ignore the task bar then you can always use the "ALT + Print Screen" button. This will ignore the task bar in your screen shot.
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    Thanks to all for your useful suggestion.

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