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does anyone know how to capture the print screen. I mean when you go to file click on print and change the number page of sheet 6. How do you get all of that screen. I need to capture all that information. anyone has a clue about it.


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copy & paste

Simply hold the ALT + press print screen

and hold CTRL + V to paste

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You seem to be asking 2 different questions

1] How to capture a screen print

Answer; If you have pressed the Print Screen key on your keyboard, (or ALT + Print Screen to copy the open window only), then the "picture" of the screen you have copied is stored in the clipboard. Open up MSPaint, (Start > All Programs > Accessories > Paint), goto Edit, and click Paste.

2] "I mean when you goto file click on print and change the number page of sheet 6, how do you get all of that of the screen"?

I don't know what you mean. Click File in what application?

Do you mean information in a web browser page like this? If so, highlight all of the text, then goto File > Print, then choose "Selection", and it will print the highlighted text.


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