I am trying to identify the Print Screen functionality with an Apple keyboard (A1243, 109 keys) on Windows 7. I do not want to use the onscreen keyboard as suggested (and chosen as the accepted answer) in this duplicate question. Sep 24, 2007 CNET's Forum on Mac hardware is the best source for finding help, troubleshooting, and getting buying advice from a community of experts. Discussion topics include MacBook Pro, MacBook, iMac How to Use the Windows Print Screen Key with Your Mac in Boot Camp By Jim Tanous on January 26, 2015 at 2: 31 AM @mggjim When it comes to taking screenshots in Windows, the Print Screen key is Press and hold for 1.
5 seconds while your Mac is awake to put your Mac to sleep. Continue holding to force your Mac to turn off. OptionCommandPower button or OptionCommandMedia Eject: Put your Mac to sleep. ControlShiftPower button or ControlShiftMedia Eject: Put your displays to sleep.
May 13, 2010 So again, reemphasizing the shortcut keys: CommandShift3 will print the screen to a file on the Mac desktop, while CommandControlShift3 will print the screen to the clipboard just like the Windows function works. Apr 30, 2018 This wikiHow teaches you how to locate and use a Windows computer's" Print Screen" key to take a screenshot of items on your computer's screen.
Once you've taken a screenshot, you can paste it into a program like Paint or Microsoft Word. Screenshots are saved as.
png files on the desktop in Mac OS X v10. 6 and later. They're automatically named" Screen Shot date at time. png. " To save your screenshot to the Clipboard instead of your desktop, add Control to the key combinations above. For example, press ControlShiftCommand3 instead of ShiftCommand3. Apr 11, 2010 The Mac keyboard does not have a Print Screen key. It has an Alt key and an F13 key, which would be the equivalent of how you'd do this with a PC keyboard. But that doesn't seem to work (for You cannot do a" screen print" with one key stroke on Apple keyboards but you can access the screen capture feature of Mac OS X on any Mac by pressing the Command, Shift and 3 buttons simultaneously.
You can also capture specific windows or sections of your screen by pressing Command, Shift, and 4 simultaneously (toggle between