|Jul 14, 2006, 01:52 PM||#1|
Print Screen from Vista on Macbook
Is there anyway I can printscreen from my Windows Vista (bootcamp) on Mac??? Input remapper doesn't help - though they claim fn + eject works, it doesn't (Right click works but not pg up, pg dn, prntscrn, etc).
Any other similar softwares that will make this work when booting to Vista thru bootcamp?
Macbook 13" ~ Blackbook 2Ghz / 80GB / 2GB
iPod Photo 30GB
OS X Tiger
Windows Vista Bulid 5384 (Aero)
Once you go Mac, You'll never go back
|Jul 15, 2006, 01:06 AM||#2|
They claim that it works in XP.
It works just fine in XP.
The only two options I can think of are:
1. Get an external windows usb keyboard.
2. Use the onscreen keyboard.
|Dec 10, 2007, 05:29 PM||#4|
Just came across this thread, i know its late but thought id add my tuppence worth.
To print screen on a mac, i have found that this works easy:-
COMMAND (Apple button) + SHIFT + 3 - At same time.
To print a selection of the screen :-
COMMAND (Apple button) = SHIFT = 4 - At same time
Hope this helps anyone.
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