Windows 7 Forum - Printscreen
DO NOT use PrtScr unless you don't have a good screen capture program. Takes only the current browser window when you do it that way. Then you have to crop the image later if you need just a small section of the image.
Use the following free software that allows you to select the area for a screen capture and/or whether you need to auto-scroll for a capture of a window that is too long.
Last free version of FastStone Capture 5.3 (1.2 MB) - http://www.oldapps.com/fast_stone_capture.php
Comes with its own built in Graphics Editor. Has many other shortcut keyboard options. The best feature is the auto-scroll on the web pages that has a scroll bar. This programs will auto-scroll and capture entire page!
Or, free Jing: http://www.jingproject.com/
Prt Scr - How To Do A Print Screen | ScreenShot: http://www.squidoo.com/prt-scr
Print screen: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Print_screen
Macintosh computers do not use a print screen key. Instead, the key sequence command-shift-3 provides a similar functionality, saving the image to a file on disk. To capture only a selected area of the screen, use command-shift-4 to display a cross-hair cursor which can be dragged over the required area (while the cross-hair is showing, a press of the space-bar brings up the further option to select a window to copy). Any of these key sequences save a file to the user's desktop, additionally pressing the control key will modify the behavior to copy the image to the system clipboard instead.
Jing is free software that adds visuals to your online conversations: http://www.jingproject.com/
Snagit for Mac beta is here!: http://www.techsmith.com/snagitmac/g...t.asp?emc=smba