Alt+PrintScreen Key Combination

How many of you know the purpose of the PrintScreen key in Windows? Probably everyone right?

Well then, another question to you; how many of you know what the Alt+PrintScreen key combination does? Half the number of people before probably?

I am amazed at just how many people around me have never used or heard of this key combination.

What it basically does is capture the screenshot of the active window, rather than the whole screen. It sure comes in handy sometimes! To exemplify its usefulness, now you know of this key combination, you do not need to get a screenshot with the printscreen key and paste it into Mspaint or any other image editor out there, and crop the necessary section, as it is all done automatically. All you need to do is just save the image now.

I hope this information will be useful for some of you in the future! See ya at another post..


1 Comment

  1. October 27, 2008 at 7:19 pm

    […] public links >> printscreen Alt+PrintScreen Key Combination Saved by iluvryan14 on Sun 26-10-2008 Magic or she’s mad? Saved by mjburlick on Mon 20-10-2008 […]

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