Print screen on keyboard mac
This does not answer the original question. The questioner has a PC. And has a Mac keyboard plugged into it. The Mac keyboard does not have a Print Screen key. It has an Alt key and an F13 key, which would be the equivalent of how you'd do this with a PC keyboard. But that doesn't seem to work for me either. This should also work with XP. I have a PC who's running windows vista 64 bit with the mac keyboard and the print screen function F13 is actually working.
Hoping that help somebody I am new to the "Mac World" and still not very happy about it. My keyboard gets to F12 no F13, no F I use Windows XP, and I really need to be able to use prntscrn on the windows side. I tried to find other ways Please Help! I appreciate very much any response. Thanks mrmacfixit.
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I tried that and it does solve the problem on the Mac desktop I work a lot on Excel on windows, and I need to be able to copy images from online and just paste them on the Excel page I have open. It was very easy when I was using PC - now it is complicated to do.
I have same problem now 4 years later from your original post and i solve the problem like this. On your PC, copy the following lines into a text file.
Rename the text file remap. Double click on the file remap. I have the following which work and are recognized by a PC Though Claudiu's remap. Thanks and Mahalos! Johnathan Several of these posts talk about using FF15 keys on a Mac. Am I the only person on the planet that has this version of Mac laptops or what??! This is crazy -- and not at all helpful to me in solving the problem.
Super User is a question and answer site for computer enthusiasts and power users. It only takes a minute to sign up. Can anyone out there tell me how to do a screen capture in Windows with a Mac keyboard plugged in? I'm having a terrible time trying to do certain things that require those extra keys like insert and print screen. Even the num-pad doesn't work! Any ideas, tips, tools, drivers? You could use the On-Screen Keyboard. If you're trying to take a screenshot, you can do it programmatically.
Hope these ideas help. This is what works for me:. It writes registry changes for you. I use print screen quite a lot, so I do want to find it easily. And because there is no actual official use with FF19 button in Win, why do not map those to some useful funtions. Many want to do this also if use mac keyboard on windows. It's free and there is also portable version available.
I found this very useful, because it's let me to choose regions etc. On a Windows machine, the Clear key is often num-lock.
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Help may be Insert. The on screen keyboard is the only way to access them. Screen Clipper will then ask Copy to Clipboard or One-note. Choose Copy to Clipboard.
I just found this forum cause I needed to do this and I just happened to try F13 after something I read here inspired me to do so. The PC belongs to my customer so I don't want to buy Snag-it for it I was unaware of Greenshot until a few days ago. I downloaded Greenshot a couple days ago, so I've used it exactly 3 times so far and those 3 screen caps are uploaded here. Because I don't have a 'print-screen' key and that's what lead me here. It appears that Greenshot hot-key combo's are configurable but all those key combo's work for me because my F13 invokes the PC's 'Prt-scrn' key.
And finally a couple of Mac full screen caps emailed to PC again showing the Mac's whole screen with the Greenshot cross hairs waiting for me to select a screen section on the PC as I finished writing this. This would have been way cooler if I could have easily recorded it in video Entire screen : To c apture the entire screen, press Command-Shift To copy the entire screen, press Command-Control-Shift The screen shot will be placed on your clipboard for you to paste into another program like PowerPoint, Word, Photoshop, etc. Portion of the screen : To capture a portion of the screen, press Command-Shift A cross-hair cursor will appear and you can click and drag to select the area you wish to capture.
When you release the mouse button, the screen shot will be automatically saved as a PNG file on your desktop following the same naming convention as explained on the first tip above. To copy a portion of the screen to the clipboard, press Command-Control-Shift When you release the mouse button, you can paste the screen shot to another application.