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the "print screen" button above insert on your keyboard will save the image on your screen to clip-board so you can copy it into another program and save it.

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Great detailed instructions geek, but I do want to mention that it doesn't have to be paint. You can copy into any program that can handle photo editing.

Also, you don't need to host the image to share it with people, and if you did any photo hosting site (google images, photobucket, flikr, ect,...) would work fine.

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