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PostPosted: Wed Jan 25, 2017 1:54 pm 
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The time-honored way of taking a screenshot in Windows is to hit PrtScn on your keyboard then paste the results into an image editing app of your choice (like Paint). Hold down the Windows key first, if your laptop has one, and the file is also automatically saved into a folder called Screenshots inside Pictures. Use Alt+PrtScn to capture just the currently active window.

If you’re after something a even more automated, then Dropbox is a good option: with the desktop client installed, open the Preferences page (right-click on the notification area icon then click the cog icon). Switch to the Import tab and tick the box marked Share screenshots with Dropbox.

After that, any time you hit the Print Screen button you’ll have a copy saved to your Dropbox, and from there to the cloud and anywhere else you’ve got Dropbox installed.

More instructions for Android, iOS, etc -
http://fieldguide.gizmodo.com/how-to-ta ... 1791505218


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