How to take screenshots on your iPhone
They’re handy with screenshots. You will use them to teach your grandfather how to use a new app. You can use them to send a screenshot of that odd error message to the IT department of your company. Before they vanish into the elimination black hole, you can use them to grab tweets-yours or someone else’s.
You can find that taking a screenshot is a very easy process if you’re using an iPhone.
- Simultaneously, push the side button and the volume-up button. (Note: you need to click the side button and the Home button instead if you have an iPhone that has a Home button.)
- In the lower-left corner, you will get a thumbnail picture of your screenshot.
- To make it larger, tap on the picture.
- In the upper right corner, icons allow you to delete or share them.
- There will also be editing tools below that will allow you to add or mark up highlights. In the lower-right corner, press the plus sign and you can add text, a signature, arrows, or different shapes.
- Tap ‘Done’ in the upper-left corner when you’re done. You can save or remove an image in the Images, Files section.
How to take screenshots on your Mac
Screenshots can be useful, really. You will use them to teach your grandfather how to use a new app. You can use them to send a screenshot of that odd error message to the IT department of your company. Before they vanish into the elimination black hole, you can use them to grab tweets. So if you need a screenshot or two to record, here’s a fast and easy guide to taking screenshots on your Mac.
- The latest versions of macOS (Mojave and Catalina) have an app that stores your screenshots as. PNG files. To get a command bar at the bottom of the panel, press Shift-Command (*)-5.
- You may take a screenshot of the entire screen, a particular window, or an illustrated screen range with the first three buttons from the left.
- The next two buttons allow you to capture a video of all or part of your computer.
- The “Options” button allows you to select where to save your screenshot, set a delay of 5 or 10 seconds and reveal or cover the cursor.
Click the “Capture” button on the right end of the command bar when you’re ready.
You can still save screenshots on your monitor if you’re in a rush and don’t want to deal with the command bar, or if you haven’t upgraded to Mojave or Catalina. Press Shift-Command-3 to take a screenshot of the entire screen,
Press Shift-Command-4 to take a screenshot of a part of the screen and then move the cursor to outline the region you want to capture.
Press Shift-Command-4 if you want to grab a particular window. Please click the space bar. The cursor turns into a camera. Hover the cursor over the window that you want to record and then press on it until it is illuminated.
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