Uses of screenshot :-
1.Creating Image of current error or any website.
2.Screenshot can be used as reference to solve any technical problem or any issue.
3.We can paste or attach directly screenshot in Mail to describe the issue.
4.Screen shot is used as a camera which takes picture of current screen or window.
How to Take screenshot :-
It is very easy to take a screenshot, just press Print Screen button from the keyboard and as you pressed image has created, to see the screen shot you will have to paste the screen shot in any word document, in Microsoft Paint or in Any Mail.You can save screen shot in an image file.
For an example If you have opened a website and you are getting any message or error while navigating website and you want to take only screen shot of that error which is displayed as a active window then You will have to Hold Alt Key + Press Print Screen.It will create screen shot of only error message.
How to Create or Paste the Screen shot :-
1.Open a Microsoft word document and paste.
2.Click Start, Click Run, Type mspaint and then Click Ok or Enter, it will open the Microsoft Paint, Paste the screen shot , save it as Gif file at desktop or any other place where you want to save.
|Other way to open Paint|
3.Paste it in mail, and send mail to describe the things.
There are mention other keyboard shortcuts which are very helpful.
|ALT + PRINT SCREEN /Sys Rq||Print the Active window|
|PRINT Screen / Sys Rq||Print the whole window|
|CTRL+C||Make copy of contents or files or folder.|
|CTRL+X||Cuts the contents or files or folder.|
|CTRL+V||Pasting the copied or Cut contents or files or folder|
|CTRL+Z||Making contents or deleting files or deleted folder in orginal states for a time being.|
|DELETE||Deleting the selected data or files or folder.|
|SHIFT+DELETE||It Deletes the selected files or folders permanently without sending the item in the Recycle Bin|
|Press CTRL and drag any files or folder||It Copies the selected files or folder.|
|CTRL+SHIFT and drag any files or folder||It Creates a shortcut of selected files or folder.|
|F2 key||It renames the selected files or folder|
|CTRL+ RIGHT ARROW||It moves the insertion point to the beginning of the next word|
|CTRL+LEFT ARROW||It moves the insertion point to the beginning of the previous word|
|CTRL+DOWN ARROW||It move the insertion point to the beginning of the next paragraph|
|CTRL+UP ARROW||It moves the insertion point to the beginning of the previous paragraph|
|CTRL+SHIFT with any of the arrow keys||Highlight a block of text|
|SHIFT with any of the arrow keys||Select more than one item in a window or on the desktop, or select text in a document|
|CTRL+A||Selects all Contents or Folders or Files.|
|F3 key||Used to search for a file or a folder|
|ALT+ENTER||View the properties for the selected item|
|ALT+F4||Close the active item, or quit the active program|
|ALT+ENTER||Display the properties of the selected object|
|ALT+SPACEBAR||Open the shortcut menu for the active window|
|CTRL+F4||It closes the active document in programs that enable you to have multiple documents open simultaneously|
|ALT+TAB||Switch between the open items|
|ALT+ESC||Cycle through items in the order that they had been opened|
|F6 key||Cycle through the screen elements in a window or on the desktop|
|F4 key||Display the Address bar list in My Computer or Windows Explorer|
|SHIFT+F10||Display the shortcut menu for the selected item|
|ALT+SPACEBAR||Display the System menu for the active window|
|CTRL+ESC||Display the Start menu|
|F10 key||Activate the menu bar in the active program|
|RIGHT ARROW||Open the next menu to the right, or open a submenu|
|LEFT ARROW||Open the next menu to the left, or close a submenu|
|F5 key||Refreshes the active window|
|BACKSPACE||View the folder one level up in My Computer or Windows Explorer|
|ESC||Cancel the current task|
|CTRL+SHIFT+ESC||Open Task Manager|