How To Capture a Screen Shot of your Desktop or the Active Window in Windows.
1. Press the Print Screen key on your keyboard when you get Big Win. It may be labeled [PrtScn]. (Hold the Alt key down while pressing Print Screen to capture only the active window.)
2. Open an image editing program, such as Microsoft Paint.
3. Go to the Edit menu and choose Paste.
4. Go to the File Menu and choose Save As.
5. Navigate to the folder where you want to save the image.
6. Type a file name for the image.
7. Select a file type ( jpg,jpeg,bng, bmp,gif )
8. Click the Save button.
9. go to http:/bigwinpictures.com
10. Add your name/alias (optional), email address, message (optional).
11. browse picture from your computer and press submit.
How To Capture a Screen Shot with the Snipping Tool in Windows Vista / Windows 7
1. Click on the Start Menu and start typing “snipping” into the search box.
2. Snipping Tool should show up in the Programs list above the search box, and you can click on it to start it.
3. The Snipping Tool window will appear on your screen. You may move it to an edge of the screen so it’s not in your way, but it will also disappear when you start dragging a selection area.
4. The Snipping Tool assumes you want to create a new clipping as soon as you open it. Your screen will dim, and you can click and drag your cursor to select an area to copy. As you drag, the selected area will be darker, and surrounded by a red border if you’ve never changed the Snipping Tool options.
5. When you release the mouse button, the captured area will open in the Snipping Tool window. If you’re not happy with the selection and need to try again, click the “New” button.
6.When you are happy with your clipping, press the second button to save the screen shot as an image file.
7. go to http:/bigwinpictures.com/pages/sendpicture.html
8. Add your name/alias (optional), email address, message (optional).
9. browse picture from your computer and press submit.
How to Print Screen to a File on the Desktop in Mac OS X
Command+Shift+3: takes a screenshot of the full screen (or screens if multiple monitors), and save it as a file to the desktop
Command+Shift+4: brings up a selection box so you can specify an area to take a screenshot of, then save it as a file to the desktop
Command+Shift+4, then spacebar, then click a window: takes a screenshot of a window only and saves it as a file to the desktop
How to Print Screen to the Clipboard on a Mac
Command+Control+Shift+3: take a screenshot of the entire screen, and saves it directly to the clipboard for pasting elsewhere
Command+Control+Shift+4, then select an area: takes a screenshot of the selection using the rectangular drawing box, and saves it to the clipboard for pasting elsewhere
Command+Control+Shift+4, then space, then click a window: takes a screenshot of a window as specified by the hovering snapshot cursor, and saves that capture to the clipboard for pasting