Screenshots: Using Paint With Windows 7
Most standard keyboards have a 'Print Screen' key. This is usually at the top, right of the keyboard. The 'Print Screen' key is sometimes labeled 'PrtScn' or something similar.
If you press the 'Print Screen' key, a copy of what you see on your screen will be made. If nothing happens when you press the 'Print Screen' key, that's OK, the copy has still been made.
To open the Windows 7 Paint application do the following:
Click the Windows 7 Start button and select 'All Programs'.
Select 'Accessories', and then click Paint.
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