Macs don’t have a print screen, but the same general rules apply:
To capture the entire screen display, press CMD+SHIFT+3 together.
To capture a specific part of the screen, press CMD+SHIFT+4 together, then use the mouse to select what you want.
The screenshot JPG will appear on your desktop, and can be edited with any number of programs
From: <main@RealSTMFC.groups.io> on behalf of Tim O'Connor <timboconnor@...>
Date: Saturday, August 24, 2019 at 7:13 AM
Subject: Re: [RealSTMFC] SEEKING PHOTO HELP
every PC keyboard I've used has a "print screen" button! the screen is copied to
the "clipboard". then I open photoshop, create a new file from the clipboard, and
trim the picture to suit my need. easy peasy.
with Firefox, to steal a web site image file (not just a snapshot of the screen)
you choose TOOLS->PAGE INFO->MEDIA. then scroll through the image files (including
the "copy protected" ones the web sites lie to their customers and tell them the
files are safe) and save the ones you want to your hard drive. also easy peasy.
on Androids just click on a "volume" control button and the "power" button together
and wait for the "camera click". the screen is now saved to your files.
the rule is: if you can SEE it, then you can download it.