How To Make A Screen Shot
(Windows All Versions)

Here's a couple of ways to make a screen shot. Let's say you want to take a screen shot of your desktop. Assuming you're viewing your desktop, click the PrtScr (Print Screen) key. Now open your favorite image viewer/editor (we suggest Irfanview) and click Edit/Paste, then choose "Save as" and give it a name. Save it as a JPG/JPEG or GIF. If you don't have an image viewer/editor like Irfanview, PaintShop Pro, Picture It!, etc., you can use MS Paint (just click start/run and type in "mspaint" without the quotes) and click "Edit/Paste". Then choose "Save as" and give the file a name. It's best to save your screen shot as a JPG/JPEG or GIF. BMP (Bitmaps) are larger files and therefore not recommended for use on the Web or sending via email.

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Make A Shortcut to Your Favorite Folder
(Windows 98/ME/NT/2000/XP)

Creating a shortcut to your favorite folder saves you the time and trouble of navigating to it each time. Here's how to create a Desktop shortcut to your favorite folder:

  • Click Start | My Computer to open Windows Explorer
  • Locate the folder that you want to create a shortcut by navigating through the list
  • Right click on the folder and select Send To | Desktop (Create Shortcut)


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