Article, February 2006
by David Garcia,
President, Little Blue PC Club, Northglenn, Colorado
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Have you ever wanted to print out what you see on your monitor screen? This is called a “Screenshot,” and there are several software packages on the market that allow you to do just that with various degrees of sophistication. If you don’t need that sophistication, you can easily use Windows to get a screenshot. Just follow these instructions:
1) Press the Print Screen Key (PrtScr) on the keyboard.
2) Click Start, then click Run.
You can also save the file if you like:
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