Keyboard shortcut for print screen - Microsoft Support
Keyboard shortcut for print screen. Windows 10. Depending on your hardware, you may use the Windows Logo Key + PrtScn button as a shortcut for print screen. If your device does not have the PrtScn button, you may use Fn + Windows logo key + Space Bar to take a screenshot, which can then be printed.
Open Snipping Tool and take a screenshot - Microsoft Support
Press Windows logo key + Shift + S. The desktop will darken while you select an area for your screenshot. Rectangular mode is selected by default. You can change the shape of your snip by choosing one of the following options in the toolbar: Rectangular mode, Window mode, Full-screen mode, and Free-form mode.
Keyboard shortcuts in Windows - Microsoft Support
Windows 11 Windows 10. Keyboard shortcuts are keys or combinations of keys that provide an alternative way to do something that you’d typically do with a mouse. If you are trying to take a screenshot or screengrab, see How to take and annotate screenshots.
Take a screenshot or record your screen on Surface
To record your screen: Note: Windows 11 users can use Snipping Tool. Windows 10 users can record their screen with Clipchamp. Find out how to do a screen recording with Clipchamp. Select Start , enter Snipping Tool in the search bar, and select it from the results.
Windows keyboard shortcuts - Microsoft Support
Depending on your hardware, you can use Windows logo key + PrtScn to take a screenshot, or use Fn + Windows logo key + Spacebar. See all Windows 10 keyboard shortcuts
Use the pen menu in Windows - Microsoft Support
Here’s how: Tap the screen with your pen or select the pen menu in the corner of the taskbar. When the pen menu appears, select Settings then Edit pen menu. Select Add to add apps to your pen menu. If you want to remove apps from your pen menu, select Remove. Collaborate in Whiteboard
Copy the window or screen contents - Microsoft Support
When you're using a Microsoft 365 program with Windows, there are two ways to copy the contents of what you see on your screen (commonly referred to as a "screenshot" or "screen capture"). You can use the Snipping Tool or the PRINT SCREEN key. Use the Snipping Tool. The Windows Snipping Tool captures all or part of your PC screen.
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Save screenshots to OneDrive automatically - Microsoft Support
Open OneDrive settings (select the OneDrive cloud icon in your notification area, and then select the OneDrive Help and Settings icon then Settings .) Go to the Sync and back up tab. Select whether to save screenshots to OneDrive or not. Note: Screenshots can't be more than 10 GB in size. Some kinds of content are also prohibited.
Applies To: OneDrive (home or personal), OneDrive for Mac, OneDrive for Windows