Taking screenshots from a Mac


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Taking screenshots from a Mac

Hi there, Jess Stratton here and welcome to Monday Productivity Pointers. In the last video, we took screenshots on the PC and saved them to your computer or sent them via email. This time, we're going to do the same thing except we're going to do it on the Mac. Now, the Mac has both a tool or you can take screenshots directly by using keyboard shortcuts to save them right to your computer. The tool's called Grab. And like the last video, there is nothing you'd to download. The tool comes right on your computer.

Let's begin. I've gone to file open, and this is what I want to take a screenshot of. So we're going to do this twice. The first time I'm going to show you how to do it using the actual tool itself. On the top right, I'm going to select and do a Spotlight Search for Grab. Select Grab. And now, it's running. I know it's running, because I can see the word Grab on the top left hand side. To capture your screen, click the Capture button at the top of the ...

Taking screenshots from a Mac
Video duration: 3m 36s 16h 25m Appropriate for all Updated Jul 25, 2016

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Taking screenshots from a Mac provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Jess Stratton and Garrick Chow and Nick Brazzi as part of the Monday Productivity Pointers

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