[Cbsupport] How do you print screen?

Kylie Davies kylied at projectx.com.au
Thu May 29 08:05:02 UTC 2003

Hi Avery,

In the K Menu go to the graphics section and use Screencapture. 
Alternatively you could use the gimp - and it has a screenshot function.

I don't know about the print screen capabilities of linux and how we 
have set it up...

Either of the ways mentioned above will work fine.



deBrouwer&Maxwell wrote:

> Hi all
> I have debian Sid
> I think the latest
> I want to use my TAFe Word processing text book for windows to adapt 
> for a tutorial for OpenOffice for Computerbank
> I need to print screen to get pictures of the Openoffice Layout to 
> show where menus and icons are etc
> I think you press shift and print screen together
> or is it contorl and print screen
> and it thens goes to clipboard but I don't know where my clipboard is 
> what it is called orwhere it is in Debian
> please help
> this would be saved and emailed to computerbank as an email not 
> actually printed thanks
> Avery
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Kylie Davies
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