• Holme Eaton posted an update 4 months, 1 week ago

    Capturing the Screenshot of the monitor is a very common task currently. Day/day, the amount of people while using the computer are increasing. In-order to help you these people make use of the computer effectively, help forums or another websites folks are providing tips. But, the photos (Screen shots) may help a lot in conveying the content properly. So, they are looking to have a screen shot of the window screens and set them in a most convenient way, so your users can readily comprehend the solution. For these people, this tip will be useful to progress results. Also, these screen shots will likely be useful whenever you share error screens.

    A screen shot can be a static picture of the computer display screen. The picture is a digital image taken by the inbuilt function inside the operating system or with the external software and could be saved as a GIF,JPEG,TIFF,BMP,PNG or other imaging format.

    Steps to produce a Screenshot of one’s display screen (Windows)

    -> Activate Your Browser Window or Screen. Make sure that this window will be the active window fully view (it is possible to increase your browser window)

    -> Press Alt + Print Screen Button. [Pressing Alt key will get rid of the status bar from the picture]

    -> Open images Editor Program such as Paint, Photoshop etc…

    -> Go to->Start Menu -> Programs -> Accessories -> Paint

    -> In Paint, Click Ctrl + V (or Edit -> Paste)

    -> You might need to resize your image to be sure that is under the 800x 600 pixel dimension limit. To do this, click Image -> Stretch when you required.

    -> Alter the % from 100 to 75 for the vertical and horizontal stretch fields. Click OK.

    -> Save your file by clicking File -> Save As… Specify your file name. Alter the ‘Save as File Type’ to BMP, GIF or JPEG as you require.

    Stick to the above steps carefully to generate your own screen shots of your computer screens.

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