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keithbundock

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ok i see people posting their decktop on the forums and i was wondering how you do that? how do you?
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On your keyboard there is a key in the upper-right corner, called PRT SCR. Which means print screan press it twice, go to a photo editor such as Windows Paint and press Ctrl+V. There you go!
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thanks that really helped a lot
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Tip #2: If you hold down the ALT key + Print Screen, you'll capture only the active window.

Tip #3: Usually it's best to save a screen capture as a JPEG (.jpg) file to reduce the file size.
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OMG... That is to AWESOME!!!.... ;) To COOL !!!! ;)


NO! :tazz: It dont take much to excite me... :)



:)
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thanks joker i was about to start 1 about the screenshots:) :tazz:
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