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creating slide fr you tube video/where is the print screen on Thin

Discussion in 'Windows Media' started by FayeD, Mar 26, 2010.

  1. FayeD

    FayeD Flightless Bird

    I'm told that I can pause the video, push Alt + Print Screen, and that the
    image will be stored to Windows Clipboard. Maybe that happens, but I see
    nothing, and I can't figure out how to access the Clipboard. Have read a
    billion pages of instructions from Dell and MS, but to no avail. Very
    fatigued - help would be appreciated. (I'm working on niece's dell desktop
    because my Lenovo ThinkPad T60p doesn't have a Print Screen button - read a
    lot of Lenovo stuff to find out what an alternative function button would be
    (or anykind of keyboard button), but couldn't find anything. If any
    --
    Techno-peasant
     
  2. On Fri, 26 Mar 2010 20:34:03 -0700, FayeD
    <FayeD@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:

    >
    >I'm told that I can pause the video, push Alt + Print Screen, and that the
    >image will be stored to Windows Clipboard. Maybe that happens, but I see
    >nothing, and I can't figure out how to access the Clipboard. Have read a
    >billion pages of instructions from Dell and MS, but to no avail. Very
    >fatigued - help would be appreciated. (I'm working on niece's dell desktop
    >because my Lenovo ThinkPad T60p doesn't have a Print Screen button - read a
    >lot of Lenovo stuff to find out what an alternative function button would be
    >(or anykind of keyboard button), but couldn't find anything. If any



    Usually it's near the key labelled "Scroll Lock", or the "Home / End"
    buttons. It's normally labelled either "Print Screen" or more often,
    "Prt Scr" and may also have the letters "SysRq" below (on the same
    keytop)

    For pasting the clipboard image, press CTRL + V keys together (the
    standard windows key combination for the Paste command)

    Paint isn't much use for screen shots, I'd try Paint.NET (free)
    instead for clipping the image to a smaller screen portion as needed :
    http://www.getpaint.net/

    HTH
    Cheers - Neil
    ------------------------------------------------
    Digital Media MVP : 2004-2010
    http://mvp.support.microsoft.com/mvpfaqs
     

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