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Windows includes a number of options for taking high-resolution screenshots of the display, including keyboard shortcuts and the Snipping Tool provided with the operating system. These screenshots can be saved to disk, shared with colleagues or uploaded to the Web. If you're using the Windows key shortcut or the Snipping Tool, you have the option of capturing an individual program window rather than the entire screen, which is useful if you want to focus on one particular area.
Press the "PrtScn" button to copy the current screen to the Windows clipboard at its original resolution.
Move the mouse to the top right corner of the display (or swipe in from the right of the screen on a touchscreen) and choose "Search." Find and choose the "Paint" shortcut.
Click or tap on the "Paste" icon to paste the copied image into the Paint program. Select "File" then "Save as" to save the screenshot to disc in a format of your choice.
Windows Keyboard Shortcut
Press the Windows key and the "PrtScn" key together (or "PrtScn" and the volume down key on a tablet). The screen dims for a moment as the screenshot is taken.
Move the mouse to the top right corner of the display (or swipe in from the right if you're using a touchscreen) and choose "Search." Run a query for "File Explorer" and choose the "File Explorer" shortcut.
Select "Libraries" then "Pictures." Double-click (or double-tap) on the "Screenshots" folder which is automatically created when you use the screenshot feature to see the images that have been saved.
Swipe in from the right edge of the screen or move the mouse cursor to the top right corner and choose "Search" from the list of charms that appear. Enter "snipping" as the query and select the "Snipping Tool" shortcut.
Choose "New" and then select "Full-screen Snip." Snipping Tool hides itself from view, then captures the entire display as it stands. The subsequent grab is opened up in Snipping Tool.
Select "File" then "Save As" to save the captured screenshot in a format of your choice. Alternatively, click or tap on the "Save Snip" button on the toolbar.
- Capturing screenshots using the Windows key shortcut or Snipping Tool also copies them to the Windows clipboard at the same time, should you want to paste them into a third-party program.
- To capture individual program windows, press "Alt+PrtScn" or use the "Window Snip" option from Snipping Tool's "New" menu.
- Some keyboards may label the "PrtScn" button slightly differently, or not have a button at all. Consult the documentation supplied with your system for alternatives.
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