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Discussion in 'Windows, Linux & Others on the Mac' started by pribl, Apr 15, 2011.
in some windows application I need press "print screen" button. how can I do it in my macbook pro ?
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Cmd + shift + 3 for whole screen. Do cmd + shift + 4 instead and you can draw what you want captured.
I use shift --> fn --> f11
pasting internet screen shot into Word
Different twist...I'm trying to copy an internet page (screen print) into a Word document. I have tried both Command Shift 3 and Command Shift 4. I'm not having success in pasting the view into Word. All I get is a picture of the black Word doc being pasted into itself.
What am I doing wrong?
Once you do the cmd shift 4 you have to draw a rectangle over the area you want to screen print. If you're getting a black picture it means you didn't draw the rectangle and so it too a pic of nothing (basically speaking)
+1 - OP - his comment is what you're looking for to get the MBP to send the Print Screen signal to Windows.