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PowerBook - Screen shot?


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Does anyone know how to do a screen shot?

Or do I have to download a program?
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Often forgot screenshot method...
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To take a screenshot, press Command (Apple) + Shift + 3.
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To take a screenshot, press Command (Apple) + Shift + 3.
Oh cool. Cheers.
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If you do command+****+4, you can select what part of the screen you want to take a picture of.

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once I do that though, where does it save it too?

I go to photoshop and try and open it up (via clipboard) but nothing's there.
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oh wait, nevermind. saves them directly to the desktop.

sorry chaps.
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