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How do I get the prt scrn button to function on my keyboard?

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Most PrtScr buttons require a system What I do is push print Screen burtton open a Photo program like Photo Ed or MS Paint and paste image in then you can modify it to suit

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Please tell me how to Print screen on a Microsoft ARC keyboard. There is a print screen above the Home button in blue but NO function button?


Actually there is no separate PrtScn key on the Arc keyboard. The print screen is a Function key combo.

Fn + Home

To capture the active window only it is Alt + Fn + Home

Apr 04, 2011 | Microsoft DA900013 Keyboard

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How to do print screen in Compaq nx6120 laptop ?


The same as on most PC's, by pressing the Prt Sc button on the laptop OR the FUNCTION key then the Prt Sc then go into Paint and click on "edit" / paste then your screen shot will show.

Nov 01, 2010 | HP 378248-001 keyboard for Compaq nc6110,...

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How to do screenshot with acer/vista. Has a button with Prt Scrn?


Yes that's the one!

Open Paint or Word Excel then press CTRL V to paste it.

Hope this helps!

May 13, 2010 | Acer NSK8458AN Keyboard

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I have a HP laptop I like to printscrren couple of page How can I do it please !


On a laptop, the print screen button is designated by "prt sc" or "prt scn" -- look for a button in the upper right portion of your keyboard. You will need to press and hold the the Function (usually "fn") key then tap (press and release) the button with the designation for print screen on it. This takes a "snapshot" of whatever is on your entire screen and temporarily saves it to the clipboard (like a "copy" does when you copy and paste something). If you wish to just capture the active window, hold the Function key, hold the alt key, then tap the print screen key. This only works on some laptops, not all. The easiest way to get to the picture you just created is to open the program Paint. Once open, press and hold ctrl (control) and tap "v" - this will paste the snapshot of the screen or window. You can crop, circle things, etc in Paint, then save the file or print it.

Jan 30, 2010 | HP P2360AA Keyboard/Mouse

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Cannot save Window screen image with Alt-PrtScr


if there is an 'fn' key on your keyboard then your combo would be
fn+prtsc+alt - to capture top windows and fn+prtsc to capture entire screen
If however your prt sc key is combined with another key and written on top then you need to use
shift+prt sc + alt to capture top windows and shift+prtsc to capture entire screen

Nov 29, 2009 | HP Keyboards & Mice

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What is the Prt Scrn Sys Rq key that is bside the 'Scroll Lock' key used for? If have tried to print screen and that did not work.


Hi,
Prtscr button is much usefull when time you are in need of taking a screenshot of your screen.
1. press prtscr
2. open MS paint program
3. press Ctrl+V (or) edit-> paste
4.The content present in the clipboard will be pasted.
I hope this will help you.

Oct 02, 2009 | Gateway 2520915 Keyboard

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How to take a screenshot when the prt scrn button isnt doing ****


The print screen button doesn't to it on it's own. You press it when what you want is on the screen, then open a photo program and paste the 'captured' image in. hold ctrl tap the v key, then let go of both keys.
it should then show you your screenshot. you can then save it or print it

Aug 01, 2009 | Macally iceKEY Keyboard

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Print scrn button does not work


Back in the mid to late 1980's "Print Scrn" button only worked for Epson black & White dot matrix printers. I think the printer drivers of today are far too complicated to have the button work. I tried all the key combos I could think of and nothing printed. If someone does get it printing, maybe they will let the rest of us know.

Jun 08, 2009 | Keyboards & Mice

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What does the "FLock" used for on a wireless keybd 4000? How do I toggle the PrtScn. SysRgk, Insert button? I sure would like to get a manual on the Kbd and Mouse. Thanks in advance for any help you may...


Prt Scr = print screen
To do a "Prt Scr" hold the CTRL key down and push the "Prt Scr" It will copy the screen info to the clipboard. And you can paste it in notepad, word etc.


The F Lock key, depending on its state, will allow either a function key's "normal" operation or a new "enhanced" operation. The initial state of the F Lock key is "off", and in this state, the function keys use their "enhanced" operation.
For many, the way that the F Lock key operates is not desirable; some people want "normal" function key operation, some people don't need the keys at all.

If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it.
Thanks, Joe

Dec 12, 2008 | Microsoft Wireless Laser Desktop 4000...

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Prt scrn button does not work on Gateway KB-0532 keyboard


It doesn't work on my laptop. It works if you hold down the FN key whilst pressing the prt scrn button, if you cannot find the FN key, on my laptop it is next to the CTRL button on the bottom left. Hope I've solved your problem!

Sep 28, 2008 | Keyboards & Mice

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