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Print screen i am unable to print screen because when i press the print screen/print key my printer box pops up. i am at a loss

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Re: print screen

Go to control panel - printers - and open your printer settings. there you may have installed postscript printer. uninstall it . thats it.

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How do I get my prtscn to print straight

  1. Use PrintKey2000 to Direct Print
    • 1Download and save PrintKey2000 or PrintKeyPro from the "Resources" section. Save the file in a folder named "Printkey" on your "C:" drive. Double click the .exe file and follow the onscreen instructions for a problem-free installation.
    • 2 Access the Print Key program by double-clicking the hand icon in the bottom right hand corner of the task bar.
    • 3 Double click the "Options" tab in the upper right hand corner. Click on "Define Hot-keys." Set a hotkey for printing the full desktop and for printing the active screen you are in.
    • 4 Navigate back to the "Options" tab and select "Direct Print (No Dialog)" so that it has a check mark next to it.
    • 5 Select the "Printer Options" function on the main program screen. Select the printer you want the print jobs sent to.
    • 6 Select a screen to use as a test. Press your hotkey for printing the full desktop and then the hotkey to print the active page. You want to make sure both functions work properly.
    Use the Print Screen Function Without a Plug-in Program
    • 7 Press the "Print Screen" key on the keyboard to print the full desktop. Press the "Alt" key plus the "Print Screen" key to print the active window.
    • 8 Click "Start" in the lower left of the taskbar. Navigate to "Applications" and choose the Microsoft Paint program.
    • 9 Click "Edit" in the program screen and click the "Paste" option. You will now see a copy of your screen capture.
    • 10 Navigate to "File" and save the screen capture as a .jpeg file. Navigate to "File" again and click "Print" to send the job to an installed printer.
    Using the Print Key Function with ScreenShot 2 Print
    • 11 Download and install ScreenShot 2 Print. ScreenShot 2 Print has a free trial option, and as of May 2010, costs $7 for the full version. Configure the program to print to a designated printer from the onscreen commands. The screen captures will print automatically when the required keys are pressed.
    • 12 Hold down the "Control" key (Ctrl) and the "Print Screen" key to capture a screen shot of the full desktop. The image will be sent directly to the designated printer.
    • 13 Hold down the "Shift" key and "Print Screen" key to take a screen shot of the active window, which is sent directly to the printer.

May 21, 2014 | Microsoft Keyboards & Mice

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Number pad on wireless keyboard not working

turn on your numeric lock............can be enabled in BIOS, should be same as on corded type.... The Print Screen key does not work. Try the following:
  • The Print Screen key copies an image of the screen to the clipboard (not the printer). To use the image, start an application that uses graphics, such as Microsoft Paint, and use the Paste function.
  • If your keyboard has an F Lock key, press it to toggle between Function key modes. On some keyboards, the Print Screen key only works if F Lock is on.
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Jul 17, 2012 | Keyboards & Mice

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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 do i use the prt scr button

Whatever happened to the Print Screen key??
If you did 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 to 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.
Microsoft has turned the key into into a "Snapshot key" which, as that term implies, takes a snapshot of the monitor screen.
After taking the snapshot, in 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!
Now you can use "Save As" and save it with a .jpg/tif extension (etc.) and/or send it to your printer using File, Print.
If your keyboard Print Screen key performs more than one function you will have to experiment a little to get it the key to perform the Print Screen Function. Try holding down the ALT, SHIFT, or CTRL key (or any "special" keys unique to your keyboard) when you hit the Print Screen key in order to get the key to perform its Print Screen function.
If you have any additional questions contact me by clicking on the "Add a comment" link located under your problem description on FixYa. Also, if you believe that this information was helpful to you, please return to the FixYa website and rate my response to your question.
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Jan 23, 2011 | Compaq 135227-001 Keyboard

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How do I do a print screen on Benq A122. What are the Key stroke combinations to perform this

To print a copy of the screen on your printer.
Hold down the Alt key and then press the PrtScr key.
Open Word - a blank document - click on the page, then click on Edit - Paste, this will place the screen image on the page. You can enlarge the image by holding down the shift key and click on the right hand corner of the image and drag it down to the right to make it as large as you require. By holding down the shift key, it will maintain the correct image proportion.
you can now add text and print this document.

Dec 05, 2010 | Keyboards & Mice

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I cannot get the print screen function to work. I have no FN button or FN lock button to which everyone is referring. I have 3 different keyboards and none have these buttons. I have a Microsoft...

I don't think that the print screen key actually sends the current screen to the printer to print out. It used to do this way back when. What it does do though is capture the screen, which you can then paste into something like MS Paint or Photoshop or even MS Word. If you press just the "Print Screen" key on it's own, no function keys or shift or anything else, it will capture the entire screen. If you hold down the "Alt" key then press the "Print Screen" key, it will capture whatever window you have in focus at that point. So to capture just an error box message for example, you click in it with the mouse to make sure it's the active window (not grayed out title bar) then hold "Alt" press "Print Screen" then release the "Alt" key. You can then paste that into an image or word document by right clicking the mouse and selecting paste, or by holding down the "Ctrl" key and pressing V.

I hope this is what you were wanting to figure out when you were talking about the print screen key, and hopefully this will have helped you and cleared up a few things. :-)

Alex Devlin

Aug 25, 2010 | Microsoft Keyboards & Mice

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I can't find the "FN" key on my wireless logitech S 510 keyboard

buy another keyboard which have FN key... theres a kind of keyboard that are not using FN key...

Jun 16, 2009 | Logitech S 510 (967555) (DH967555)...

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Print screen

Are you trying to print a document or take a screen shot? The Prnt Scrn (Print Screen) button is used to copy an image of what you see on your monitor to the system's clipboard which you can then paste that image to some image editing software such as Windows Paint.

If you're trying to print a document, press Ctrl + P or go to File>Print. In here a new window should appear similar to the one in this screen-shot (Window probably won't look exactly the same). What you need to do is select the option to print pages instead of all. This is shown in this screen-shot.

Now, if you want to, for instance, print page 5 of a document. You would fill in the from - to boxes of the, "Pages" range with the number 5. This rule applies to any page or range of pages.

As for the F keys, that depends on what program you're using. Some applications will utilize the keys to perform certain functions while other applications won't use the keys. For instance, in most applications pressing F1 brings up a help dialog. However the main use for the F keys is during the startup of the computer. The F keys will be used to enter the system BIOS and to install Operating Systems.

It is fairly difficult for me to explain the main functions of the F keys because they are just as the letter keys, they have functions yet they have to be defined by an application before the keys have any use. Therefore there are no set rules as to what the F keys can do or will do as it changes from application to application.

I hope that answers your questions. If not, let me know and I'll try to give you the answer you were seeking.

Mar 16, 2009 | Belkin F8E206 Keyboard

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Print screen button does not work

I had the same problem and found out that I had to press the "F Lock" key first. I have no idea what F Lock is or who ever pushed it...but now print screen works the way I was accustomed to. Go Figure

Nov 03, 2008 | Keyboards & Mice

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