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Taking Screen Shots    
To take a screen shot use the keyboard command, shift, apple, 4. Then your cursor will change into a quadrant, which you can click and drag over the section of your screen that you want to take a picture of. You'll hear a camera sound and your picture will appear on your desktop. Another type of screen shot uses the same keyboard command, shift, apple, 4, but then hit your space bar one time and you will see that your cursor has now changed into a camera icon. This allows you to take a picture of an entire window. Place your mouse over the window that you want to take a picture of and click once. Your picture will then appear on the desktop!
 
           
 
 
 
           
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