Printscreen Apple Macbook Air - Screenshot on Macbook Air (2013)

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If you are one of the lucky people to own a  Macbook Air (2013) but still don't know how can you take a screenshot on your Macbook, here's a complete guide about taking screenshots on your Macbook. Macbooks are series of laptops produced by Apple Inc. and considered one of the best machines in terms of performance.

Take a screenshot on Macbook Air


The Windows OS has a native support for print-screen and keyboards have a dedicated key known as Print Screen key. Unfortunately Macbook Air doesn't have such key. You will need to use combinations of multiple keys to grab a screen dump.

Mac OS X offers lot of ways to capture your screen using Command and shift key. Read ahead to know different ways.

Screenshot whole screen
Press Command + Shift + 3.

Screenshot of part of the screen
Command + Shift + 4, now drag the crosshair pointer to select the area on your display. Please continue to press the mouse button and then release the keys, and then press Shift, Option, or the Space bar while you drag to re-size the selection area.

When you are ready to with selected area, leave the mouse.
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Screenshot of a Window
Press Command + Shift + 4, and now hit  the Space bar, move the camera pointer over the area to highlight it, and then click.

Take a picture of a menu
Click the menu to display the menu commands, press Command + Shift + 4, and drag the crosshair pointer over the area. This will capture a picture including title.

Where the screenshots are saved?

The next question would be where the images are stored. The answer is the images are stored right on your desktop.
If you are one of the lucky people to own a  Macbook Air (2013) but still don't know how can you take a screenshot on your Macbook, here's a complete guide about taking screenshots on your Macbook. Macbooks are series of laptops produced by Apple Inc. and considered one of the best machines in terms of performance.

Take a screenshot on Macbook Air


The Windows OS has a native support for print-screen and keyboards have a dedicated key known as Print Screen key. Unfortunately Macbook Air doesn't have such key. You will need to use combinations of multiple keys to grab a screen dump.

Mac OS X offers lot of ways to capture your screen using Command and shift key. Read ahead to know different ways.

Screenshot whole screen
Press Command + Shift + 3.

Screenshot of part of the screen
Command + Shift + 4, now drag the crosshair pointer to select the area on your display. Please continue to press the mouse button and then release the keys, and then press Shift, Option, or the Space bar while you drag to re-size the selection area.

When you are ready to with selected area, leave the mouse.
.
Screenshot of a Window
Press Command + Shift + 4, and now hit  the Space bar, move the camera pointer over the area to highlight it, and then click.

Take a picture of a menu
Click the menu to display the menu commands, press Command + Shift + 4, and drag the crosshair pointer over the area. This will capture a picture including title.

Where the screenshots are saved?

The next question would be where the images are stored. The answer is the images are stored right on your desktop.

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