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How to capture screenshots or desktop snapshots on a MAC

How to capture a screenshot or take a desktop snapshot on MAC OS X

Taking a picture of your MAC's desktop is as easy as pressing your keyboards shift+cmd+3 buttons. Note, don't include the + symbols. They simply refer to 'as well as'.

Pressing your keyboards shift+cmd+3 will take a screenshot or desktop picture as some like to call it, of the entire screen, placing it on your desktop. It will be called Picture 1 for the first image, Picture 2 for the next and so forth depending on how many you take. You can then drag it into whatever folder you need it to be in.

If you want to capture only part of your screen, press shift+cmd+4 then drag the crosshair cursor over the area you wish to take a snapshot of.


MacBook Pro keyboard shortcuts


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