How do I take a screenshot on Windows 10 with a Mac keyboard?
1. Use Keyboard Shortcuts. In fact, it is very easy to make a screenshot on Mac in Boot Camp. If you are using an Apple keyboard with numeric keypad or Apple Pro keyboard, you can press “F14” to take a screenshot of the full screen and “Option + F14” to capture an active window.
Print screen particular windows on save it as file on desktop.
- Command ? + Shift + 4.
- You will notice that your mouse cursor changes to “+” with pixel coordinates on the right side.
- Now with space bar (that wide button on your keyboard )
- Now click on window you would like to capture in screenshot.
- If you wish to post a screen shot do this:
- Press COMMAND-SHIFT-4 which will change the cursor to crosshairs.
- Hold down the mouse button and use the crosshairs to select the part of the screen you wish to capture.
- Release the button and the image will be saved to your Desktop.
- Click the window you would like to capture. 2. Press Alt + Print Screen (Print Scrn) by holding down the Alt key and then pressing the Print Screen key. The Print Screen key is near the upper-right corner of your keyboard.
- Method 1 Windows 8.1
- Press the Windows logo key + “PrtScn” buttons on your keyboard. The screen will dim for a moment, then save the screenshot as a file in the Pictures > Screenshots folder.
- Press the CTRL + P keys on your keyboard, then select “Print.” The screenshot will now be printed.
If you want to do the Mac equivalent of Print Screen, storing the image in the clipboard so that you can paste it into another app or document, these are the commands you'd want to use instead: Command+Control+Shift+3: take a screenshot of the entire screen, and saves it directly to the clipboard for pasting elsewhere.
- Paintbrush is a simple paint program for Mac OS X, reminiscent of Microsoft Paint and Apple's own now-defunct MacPaint. It provides users with a means to make simple images quickly, something that has been noticeably absent from the Mac for years.
- If you want to do the Mac equivalent of Print Screen, storing the image in the clipboard so that you can paste it into another app or document, these are the commands you'd want to use instead: Command+Control+Shift+3: take a screenshot of the entire screen, and saves it directly to the clipboard for pasting elsewhere.
- Repeating the shortcut hides the desktop. Command + Mission Control – On Mac keyboards that have a Mission Control key, you can get to the desktop by holding down the Command Key and pressing the Mission Control key. You'll find the Mission Control icon on the 4th key over from the top left of the keyboard.
Updated: 26th November 2019