Taking Screenshots

On a Windows PC

1: Take the Screenshot
Press the PrtSc (Print Screen) key on your keyboard. Nothing will appear to happen; no clicks, flashes, windows opening, etc. will let you know you've created a screen shot.

2: Insert the Screenshot
Go to Microsoft Paint or Microsoft word, open a new blank file and Right click: Paste. Alternatively you can press CTRL+V simultaneously to paste.

On a Mac

1: Open the Screenshot Tool
Hold CMD + SHIFT + 4 and you'll see that your cursor changes to a small cross.

2: Take the Screenshot
Press and hold the left button on your mouse and drag the selection over the area you'd like to screenshot. As soon as you let go, the screenshot image will save to your computer.

See more options for screenshots on Macs

On an iPhone

1: Take the Screenshot
Press the Home button and the Lock button simultaneously.

The screen will flash and everything on your screen will have now saved to your Photos as an image.

In iOS 11 +, the image will show in the corner - click to edit the screenshot, or leave it to save.

On a Samsung

Galaxy S7 and before
Hold down the home and volume-down buttons for a couple of seconds.

Galaxy S8
Hold down the power and volume-down buttons for a couple of seconds.

On Google Pixel Phone

Step 1:
Hold down the power button (top button) on the right side of the phone.

Step 2:
Immediately afterwards, hold down on the down volume button. Now release both buttons at the same time.

On an LG Phone

Hold down the power (located on the back of the phone) and the volume-down buttons for a couple of seconds.

Pull down the notification panel and tap the Capture+ icon.

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