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How to screenshot on windows and mac

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How to Take a Screenshot on Windows and Mac

Taking screenshots is one of the most popular ways to capture and share moments. It’s also a great way to help you to remember something, or it can be a reminder for an important task. Screenshots are also helpful for when there is a bug in your software and you need to show it to the company that made the software.

One of the most popular use cases for screenshots is training and enablement. Screenshots are often used in tutorials and guides to show the user what they should be doing. They provide a visual representation of what is happening and how the user should interact with it. They help break down the steps and make it easier for the user to follow along. This is especially helpful when you have an app that is not in English, or if there is an error message that you need to explain.

With that said, let’s go over the ways you can take screenshots with your current device.

How to take a screenshot on Windows

Taking screenshots is a simple and efficient way to save an image of anything that is on your computer screen. It can be used for anything from sharing an image of your favorite game to documenting a bug in the system. There are two ways to take screenshots on Windows 10: using the keyboard shortcuts or the print screen button.

Using the keyboard shortcuts. This method will work with any app, but it will not work if you want to capture everything on your screen. To take a screenshot of everything, press: "Windows Key+Print Screen."

Using the print screen button. This method will only work if you want to capture what's on your computer screen, not what's open in other apps like Microsoft Word or Google Chrome. To take a screenshot with this method, press: "Windows Key+PrtScn."

How to screenshot on Mac OS X

Taking a screenshot on a Mac is very easy and can be done in just a couple of clicks. There are two ways to take a screenshot on Mac OS X: using the keyboard shortcut or the Grab application

Using the keyboard shortcut. Command + Shift + 3, which will take the screenshot of your entire screen and save it to the desktop.

Using the Grab application. This can be found in Applications > Utilities > Grab.

How Guidde uses screenshots to enhance tutorials

Guidde is an easy-to-use tool that allows you to create tutorials for your products. It has a drag and drop interface so you can add screenshots, text and videos to your tutorial. And you can instantly publish it on the Guidde website or on social media.

Guidde has a huge library of tutorials created by other users which you can use as templates or inspiration for your own tutorial. It’s a simple and easy to use tool that makes it possible for anyone to create high-quality tutorials without any design skills.