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  1. #1
    olover
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    Screendump Problem!
    hello i hope that someone can help me.
    i don't know how you take screendumps on my ibook g4.

    it's urgent!



    /hanna

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    Screendump Problem!
    surfwax95's Avatar
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    If by "screendumps" you mean "screenshot"...(?)

    Hit Shift+Command+3.

    Command being the Apple button.

    After a "snap" noise, you'll see a file called "Picture 1" on your Desktop.
    I try to Command+Shift+/ when I can.
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  3. #3
    olover
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    thank you!

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    Screendump Problem!
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    i dont have no mac's
    or you could do a simple search on the forums for screenshots and there are many threads that list many different ways of doing this
    chris
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    when?
    i dont remember

  5. #5
    kev4e15
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    Thanks for the help. In my preferences section it says apple button+up arrow+3 and i could never get it to work.

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    Screendump Problem!
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    Quote Originally Posted by kev4e15
    Thanks for the help. In my preferences section it says apple button+up arrow+3 and i could never get it to work.
    thats because it is the symbol for shift, not the up arrow. the symbol for the up arrow is a thinner arrow.

    Attachments: the first is command-shift-3 and the second is command-up
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