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Screen Capture in OSX

Screen Capture in OSX

Taking screen shots in Apple’s OS X operating system really could not be easier. This video tutorial takes you through three simple keyboard shortcuts that offer different ways to capture elements on your screen.

A quick video tutorial on how to take screen grabs using the OS Shortcuts. The three shortcuts covered :

?? 3 for a screen shot of the entire desktop.

?? 4 for a set of crosshairs that allow you to select the area of the screen you want to grab.

?? 4 (Space) grabs only the window the user clicks.

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