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How to Print Screen (Screenshot) on a Windows Laptop

hi guys in this video we're going to

show you how to do a screen shot on a

laptop now in order to do a screen shot

what we must do we must have something

that we want to take a screenshot off

now it can be the desktop but for

argument's sake we're just going to open

up a window and show you something that

we could take a screenshot of now here

we have their Google home page purposely

not maximize the window so can show you

how this works for something else in a

second now it's really easy to do a

screenshot all you've got to do on this

laptop is press the PRT SC key which is

located roundabout here on this laptop

and what we do we press that key and

then that takes a screenshot of the

entire view and puts it into the copy

and paste buffer which means that when

we do come to paste it we should get a

screenshot of what we've just done as

you can see here we opened up Microsoft

Word and we right-click on the page

click paste and they have a screenshot

easy as that now we'll just delete this

and we'll show you another example now

in order to take a screenshot of a

certain area there's something else we

need to do once you've got the thing is

you want to take a screenshot off make

sure that the window is selected that

you want to take the screenshot and then

press and hold down alt the Alt key to

left on side of your spacebar as you can

see here and then press the PRT SC key

again and that takes a screenshot of the

certain window in view and you'll see

that when we go to paste in word again

you will see that it's just taking a

screenshot of the window that we wanted

to do

as you can see it's really easy to do

I'll just zoom into the the PRT SC key

so you know what to find it as you can

see it's just here on this laptop and

that's the end of this video thank you

very much