How to send screenshot

  ponytail 21 Jan 13
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I have been having a lot of trouble trying to install a game called wings of prey.Have been in touch with the makers and have got so far.They now want me to send them a screenshot of some icons but how do I do that.Tried copy and paste and drag and drop but neither works can someone advise

  onthelimit1 21 Jan 13

Top right on your keyboard is Print Scrn/SysRq. Press that, then in your email editor Ctrl +V to paste it.

  ponytail 21 Jan 13

Hi onthelimit1 found this

www.wikihow.com/Take-a-Screenshot-in-Microsoft-Windows

It seems to have worked what do you think

  ponytail 21 Jan 13

Sorry seems to be a problem with this link found it on google

  john bunyan 21 Jan 13

ponytail

I tried your link, here: WIKIHOW. Fine, and I use the w7 snipping tool, but onthelimit1's method, which after years of using PC's I did not know, was far quicker and a brilliant tip! Thanks.

  Batch 21 Jan 13

As an alternative, MWSnap (see http://download.cnet.com/MWSnap/3000-2072_4-10524229.html) enables one to capture precisely the part of the screen that you want. Note - I'm using it with WinXP, hope it still works with later OSs.

  Woolwell 21 Jan 13

Print Screen captures the entire screen. Alt+Print Screen copies only the active window.

  SillBill 21 Jan 13

Print Screen does not seem to work with FF and GMX. I have to paste into Paint and save as a jpg from there.

  caccy 21 Jan 13

In FF "ctrl" and "prtscn" together copy the screen to your clipboard. From there you can copy it to your word processor.

  SillBill 21 Jan 13

caccy

My email client GMX will not allow pasting images/pictures from the clipboard, just tried your suggestion.

  lotvic 21 Jan 13

SillBill, that doesn't mean it won't work for ponytail and the email he is using.

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