By Scott Fegette | Wednesday, December 24, 2014
It’s said that a picture’s worth a thousand words, and when you need to communicate what’s happening on your Mac screen, getting a clear screenshot of what you’re talking about can make all the difference.
Taking a screenshot in OS X isn’t difficult if you know the “secret key combinations”, but they’re not as obvious as the Print Screen key on Windows systems. For the Mac power user, there are also several handy utilities that can supercharge your screenshots with annotations, graphics, and various ways of sharing. Here are some great options for taking a screenshot on a Mac.
By Jess Stratton | Monday, June 17, 2013
This week on Monday Productivity Pointers, I’ll show you how to take screenshots natively with the operating system of the machine you’re working on. By “natively,” I mean that there’s no new app to download—everything you need is already on your system.
The first video this week will focus on taking screenshots on a Windows-based PC, while the second, member-exclusive video will cover the same on a Mac, using a built-in tool called Grab.
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