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I believe all printscreen keys work the same. just press it if you want a screenshot, then open up Paint or Photoshop and then paste (Edit>Paste).

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Prt SC (Print Screen) does NOT send the screen to the printer!!
If your windows desktop is showing, Print Screen will capture the ENTIRE screen to the clipboard - Open Paint and Ctrl-V to paste the captured image into paint (or other graphics program).
If you want to capture only the active screen, use Alt-Prt Sc and do the same with it.
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How to use the Prt Scr (Print Screen) button.


On every computer keyboard there is a <b>Print Screen</b> button. The basic functionality of this key is to capture the snap-shot/screen-shot of the current screen you are viewing on your monitor and save it as an image file. Once you click this button the screen image is captured and stored in the computer's memory (clipboard). Then you can use the <b>Ctrl + V</b> buttons together to paste it into any image processing software such as <b>Microsoft Paint, Adobe Photoshop or any other Office applications such as Word, Excel or Powerpoint.</b> Once you paste it into any of these applications you can save it and then use the image later for any purpose. <br /><br /><b><u>Here are the steps to use the print screen feature.</u></b><br />1) When you have the part you want captured from your monitor exactly as it looks, look for the <b>Prt Scr</b> or <b>Print Screen</b> button on your keyboard and press it once.<br />2) Now navigate to Microsoft Paint: <b>Start&gt;All Programs&gt;Accessories&gt;Paint</b><br />3) Once Paint is open simply press the <b>Ctrl + V</b> keys in combination to paste the screen shot, or you can go <b>Edit&gt;</b>Paste to do the same.<br />4) You can now, resize it, modify it if required and save it under any name you want for later retrieval.<br /><br /><br /><b>NOTE:</b> If you have opened more than one windows in the screen and you want to capture the snap shot of just the active window and not the entire screen, then press the <b>Alt</b> key while pressing the <b>Prt Scr</b> button. This will capture the image of the active window only<br />Now that you have mastered the art of print screen you can use this to capture error messages in applications for you to use when in need of tech support.

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What is the Print Screen key on my keyboad used for?


If you used computers back in the 80's (DOS days) you probably remember using the Print Screen key on your keyboard to print a copy of whatever was on the monitor screen at that time on your printer. It wasn't used that much because back in those days it took forever for a dot matrix printer to print out the entire monitor screen. However, it came in handy once and awhile.<br />Today, many people just glance at the Print Screen key (and wonder what it's there for), and some hit the key and when nothing happens they just forget about it.<br />Well, Microsoft didn't forget about it at all. They turned it into a "Snapshot key" which, as that term implies, takes a snapshot of the monitor screen. <br />Microsoft doesn't really highlight the fact that a user, after taking a snapshot of the screen, can easily save and/or print that snapshot using paint.<br />After taking the snapshot, in Windows XP simply click on Start, All Programs, Accessories and Paint. Then click on Edit followed by Paste and Voila! There's your screen snapshot in living color staring you in the face! This same capability exists in other versions of Windows, however the key-stroke sequence differs.<br />Now you can click on File, Save As, and save it with a .jpg/tif extension (etc.) and/or send it to your printer using File, Print.<br /><br />Perhaps Microsoft tried to get the keyboard manufacturers to change the name of the key from Print Screen to Snapshot, but I guess we will be stuck with the keyboad Print Screen label forever.<br /><br />Anyway, the Print Screen key is a much more functional tool under Windows than it ever was

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Why doesn't my print screen button work?


Hi

The PrtSc (Print Screen) key when pressed will seem to do nothing but it does when you hit the key it puts a copy of your current screen to the clipboard.

To prove this do as below

1 press the Prtsc button on your desktop
2 Load paint and choose new
3 go to the paste option or press CTRL+V and you should get a copy of your desktop in paint.

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In what? What are you trying to print, what is the software?

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How to use the PRINT SCREEN button on my computer keyboard


Here is very quick tip.

Go to the website you would like to to capture. Hold down the Shift key and push the Print Screen key. Next, open up your email program and click new to compose an email. Put your cursor in the body section like you would to begin an email. Now simply hold the CTRL key down and at the same time push down the "V" key. There you have it! Now you can email, print, or save what you captured on your computer screen.

Hope you find this helpful! See below for an example. Cool, eh?

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My Compaq keyboard won't display ''print screen'' when I press that key (prt scr). Everything else works fine on the keyboard. I purchased the computer/keyboard about 7 years ago. Thanks very much for any...


The print screen button doesn't usually do/display anything other then pasting the image on the screen to the clipboard. go into another application like word or paint and select ctrl+v to paste (or right click then select paste) If you hold Ctrl then press print screen, it will only copy the open window.

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Print screen key on computer.


On a windows computer by hitting print screen you are only copying an image of your computer screen to your clipboard you then have to paste it into an imaging program and save it. For example ... hit the print screen button on your keyboard -> go to start -> programs -> accessories -> paint -> then click the edit menu and click paste you should then see the screen shot of you computer in the paint window you then can go to file -> save and save the image somewhere on your computer.

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Have you tried the accessibility options within Windows? You can change some settings by going into Control Panel - Accessibility. For example, "Filter Keys" tells the computer to ignore multiple keystrokes caused by holding down a key too long. "Sticky Keys" eliminates the need to press multiple keys simultaneously.

Also within control panel are the Mouse settings. You can change the speed of motion and the speed of double clicks.

Windows has an on-screen keyboard. You can find it at Start - All Programs - Accessories - Accessibility - On Screen Keyboard.

If you prefer a hardware solution, you might consider an enlarged keyboard with big keys. Another alternative is a keyboard guard to prevent hitting two keys at once. Here are some links that you might find useful. I'm not endorsing these particular suppliers, just offering food for thought. Best of luck to you!

http://enablingdevices.com/catalog/computer-aids/keyboards/keyboard_wkey_guard

http://www.tfeinc.com/shop/index.php?_a=viewProd&productId=310

http://hooleon.com/miva/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Store_Code=KBH&Product_Code=KB-081-0308

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http://www.enablemart.com/Catalog/Large-Key-Large-Print-Keyboards/BigKeys-Plus

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