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The Print Screen Key will be placed at different place on different manufacturer Keyboard but it is usually lies within Scroll Lock, Pause Break Keys on Keyboard. Some keyboards short named it as Prt Scr SysRq.
Please see this screenshot for finding Print screen key on Keyboard.
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.
Hi, The best way to save your screenshot and open it in paint is to hit the Prt Scr key, open paint and you can either right click and paste or click on file in the top left and paste. To save the shot click on file, save or save as.
hit the "prt scr" button, depending on they keyboard, u might have to use control, shift, or fn to actually take a screen shot, then just open up microsoft paint and press ctrl v to paste the current screen.
Hi there. Hit Prt Scr on the top right hand side of the keyboard, open paint and paste the screen shot in there, the click file and save as, save the file to your desktop or documents, then open the saved paint file and you should be able to print it off.
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