Der Hochstapler Nope - none of those work in my session. Did you connect a full size keyboard to test this? I did not - didn't realize that's what your parenthetical comment implied. Let me give it a go. In the meantime, any ways around it on the straight keyboard? Connecting a full size keyboard doesn't answer the question as asked: This onscreen keyboard has all of the keys you need including Print Screen.
Sickest 2, 3 20 That's a killer solution friend, works like charm without getting into all the key combinations on MAC.
How does this work if you want to take a screen shot of the screen? The on-screen keyboard covers half of the screen?
How do I press PrtScrn on the on-screen keyboard without actually having the on-screen keyboard visible? You can move the on-screen keyboard pretty far off to the left.
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Not ideal, but you can probably grab whatever you are trying to grab. Kevin Kevin 31 1. JoshP 2, 2 17 Josh Josh 39 1. This is the only answer that work for me.
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Ha, without thinking I hit this, and it closed my window. So why does this joke answer have any upvotes?
How to Print Screen in Boot Camp
Alt-F4 just closes your current application in Windows. Either way, this didn't work for me at all. It neither initiated a PrntScrn nor closed any window. With macOS, you can capture the entire screen, the active screen, or any pre-determined region.
How to Use the Windows Print Screen Key with Your Mac in Boot Camp
Move and drag the crosshair cursor on the region you want to take screenshot of and it will be saved on your desktop. You can hold Shift or Option key while dragging to change how you make the selection. This will turn your cursor from crosshair to camera icon. Now move your cursor to any window you wish to take the screenshot of and click once. The screenshot will be saved on your desktop. By default, all these four methods mentioned above will save your screenshots in the.
PNG format on your desktop. If you want to alter the default file format or change the default location where your secreenshot gets saved, read the next section.