how to use the screenshot shortcut key on MAC?

Since the Mac keyboard isn't quite the same as a traditional keyboard, many first-time Mac users take a while to use, so today we're going to talk about shortcuts to using a Mac screenshot.

How to shoot screenshots on a Mac?

To take a screenshot, hold down three buttons at once: Shift, Command, and 3. If you see a thumbnail in the corner of the screen, click on it to edit the screenshot, or wait for the screenshot to be saved to your desktop.

How do I capture a part of the screen?

Hold down the following three keys simultaneously: Shift, Command, and 4.

Drag the crosshead to select the screen area to capture. To move the selected area, hold down the space bar while dragging and holding down the space bar. To cancel the shot, press Esc (Escape).

To take a screenshot, release the mouse or trackpad button.

If you see a thumbnail in the corner of the screen, click on it to edit the screenshot. Or wait for the screenshot to be saved to the desktop.

How do I capture a window or menu?

Open the window or menu you want to capture while holding down the following three keys: Shift, Command, 4, and the space bar. The pointer will turn into a camera icon. To cancel filming, press Esc (Escape).

Click on a window or menu to capture it. To remove the window's shadow from the screenshot, hold down the Option key at the dot.

If you see a thumbnail in the corner of the screen, click on it to edit the screenshot. Or wait for the screenshot to be saved to the desktop.

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