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Take a screenshot in iphone

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I admit, I’m not a fan of the new visual formatting tools in email. There’s a good chance they’ll never work for me, but I can admit that sometimes they make sense. For example, if you’re writing an email and want to take a screenshot of your pretty slide deck, sometimes these tools make it easy.Need to preserve what you're seeing on your phone or computer screen? Mobile and desktop operating systems offer robust screen-capture tools. Most are built into the device, but there's a wealth of third-party options, as well as browser extensions, that get the job done. Here's how to take a screenshot on Android, Chrome OS, iOS/iPadOS, Linux, macOS, and Windows.

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If you own an Apple device that still has a Home button, hold down the sleep/wake button and press the Home button to take a screenshot. You will hear a camera shutter (if your sound is on) and see a "flash" on the screen. The screenshot will then appear in your camera roll and in the Screenshots album. Some apps may make it difficult to take screenshots through the normal means. This is where your device's built-in Screen Recording tool comes in. While its primary purpose is to record video of your screen, you can pause the video and take a screenshot this way. Just make sure to first add the shortcut button to Control Center under Settings > Control Center.

Several Android devices have a screenshot button in the pull-down shade. If your phone has Google Assistant or Bixby (Samsung), use a voice command to ask the voice assistant to take a screenshot for you. For Samsung devices with the S Pen stylus, take a screen grab from the Air Command menu by tapping Screen Write, and then write on or crop the image. Take a screenshot on an Apple Watch by pulling up the screen you want to capture. Hold the Side button and click the Digital Crown simultaneously. Like on iPhone, the screen will "flash" white and the camera shutter will go off. The screenshot will then appear on your iPhone's camera roll, not the watch itself. (Source: www.pcmag.com)

 

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