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How to Take A Screenshot


Today I will be showing some of you how to take a screenshot. I will be showing you two ways that you can take a screenshot. The 1st way will take a bit longer than the 2nd way, but you can use which ever one you like best.

For the 1st method you will need two things. Those two things are photobucket and paint. Now I will tell you the steps on how to take a screenshot using paint and photobucket:

  • The first thing you will need to do is press the “print screen” button. This will capture an image of your entire screen and copy it to the clipboard. The dimensions of the image will be the same as your desktop resolution.

  • After that, paste the screenshot. Once you’ve made the screenshot, you will need to paste it to a program in order to see it. The most common way to paste it is into a Paint file. This will allow you to save it as an image file. (While on paint you can edit the picture or wait to edit the picture on photobucket)
  • Now, you will need to make a photobucket account at photobucket.com, it is very easy to make the account.
  • Lastly, you will upload the picture and get the link.

Now that you’ve seen the 1st way I will show you the 2nd way:

  • The 1st thing you need to do it download Lightshot (Go to prntscr.com and download it there)
  • After that when you hit the print screen button You will be able to pick which area on the screen to screenshot and you will be able to edit it
  • Lastly, you can upload it and get the link or save it to your computer.

Thanks for reading this post and I hope it taught you how to take a screenshot. If you have any questions comment on this post and I will try to answer them. Bye!


2 Responses

  1. A few side notes:
    – I posted this on the IW site first
    – I only noticed that Purple Slime was writing a post with the same topic after I posted this so sorry?
    – and 1ST!

  2. Nice post + it’s okay! I’ll post it next month.

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