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Creating a Screenshot on MacBook

  • Aug 13, 2020
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In this practical tip we show you how to create a Screenshot on your MacBook.

Screenshot from the whole screen to make

To create a Screenshot of the entire screen, press the key combination [Shift] - [cmd] - [3].
Key combination (without number)

Screenshot of a window or other on-screen inventory produce share

You want to make a Screenshot of the active Windows, or other components, the Dock or the menu bar, perform the following steps:
  1. Press the key combination [Shift] - [cmd] - [4].
  2. Press the [spacebar].
  3. With the cursor icon (camera) select the part of the photographic Screen. Click once with the mouse button - the screenshot will be created.

Screenshot of a section of the screen to make

To create a Screenshot of the entire screen, proceed as follows:
  1. Press the key combination [Shift] - [cmd] - [4].
  2. Keep the mouse button pressed and select with the crosshair cursor the area to capture. Then release the mouse button - the screenshot will be created.
Notes: The Screenshots are saved to the Desktop according to the following pattern: "screen shot [date] at [time].png". The appearance of the "command button" varies depending on the Computer. Possible labels such as "Command" or "Apple symbol". The so-called "propeller character", however, is always on the command button.
As you Mac OS X folder for Screenshots to change, you can learn here as well as in the above Video.

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