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If you mean to Capture the Screen, there is a key in your keyboard called "Print Screen" or "PrntScrn", press it, then use a graphic program (such as Paint) and paste the captured image.

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Actually, IIRC, [CTRL]+[Print Screen] captures the whole screen

And, [ALT]+[Print Screen] captures the only the active window.

There is also a free program I (also) use called "ScreenHunter Free" which will allow you to capture any given area of the display you want...

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The best way to give you more information is for you to experiment with the [CTRL]+[Print Screen] and [ALT]+[Print Screen]

What you would do is use one or the other key combinations, then open Paint, and hit [CTRL]+V to paste what you've captured into Paint.

As for ScreenHunter Free (there is also a version for purchase), after you install it, you can have it load at system start/boot or click the program Icon.

It gives you the oppurtunity to use [F6] as the "hot key" to bring up the application to capture and gives you a "cross hair" to select what you want to capture.

What you capture can be sent to the Windows Clipboard, or a Speficic File Name, or a Sequential FilaName with your dfined prefix, or a combination of those.

Again the best way to learn is to download and test it for yourself.

www.wisdom-soft.com/products/screenhunter_free.htm

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