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IT Tip of the Week
by Imran Munshi - Monday, 13 April 2015, 1:40 PM
 

Screenshots (PC)

 You can take a screenshot of just the active window by pressing Ctrl-Alt-PrntScrn.  If you want everything, press Ctrl-PrntScrn.​

Screenshots (Mac)​

On a Mac press Cmd + Shift + 3 it will create an image file of the screen shot on the desktop. If you want a screenshot of a specific area of the Mac screen press Cmd + Shift + 4 and then release all keys. The mouse cursor will change to a crosshairs, which you can move to the required area. Press down on the mouse button and drag over the area you want a screenshot of. Once you have selected the area let go of the mouse button and an image file will be created on the desktop.​

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Re: IT Tip of the Week
by Declan MCERLANE - Sunday, 19 April 2015, 12:18 PM
 

Mac: After pressing Cmd + Shift + 4, press Spacebar. A camera icon will appear and you will be able to capture individual windows

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Re: IT Tip of the Week
by Moodle Administrator - Monday, 20 April 2015, 9:27 AM
 

Top tip! Thanks