There are a few different ways that you can screenshot on your HP Elitebook. In this article, we will show you how to do it using the built-in tools on your laptop, as well as how to use some third-party software
There are a few different ways that you can screenshot on your HP Elitebook. In this article, we will show you how to do it using the built-in tools on your laptop, as well as how to use some third-party software.
To take a screenshot with the built-in tools on your HP Elitebook, follow these steps:
1. Hold down the “Windows” key and the “Print Screen” key at the same time.
2. Release both keys and open Paint or another image editor.
3. Press Ctrl+V to paste the screenshot into the image editor.
4. Save the image file to your computer.
If you would like to take a screenshot of only a portion of your screen, you can use the “Snipping Tool” that is built into Windows. To do this, follow these steps:
1. Open the Snipping Tool by clicking on the Start menu and typing “snipping tool” into the search bar.
2. Select the type of screenshot you would like to take from the drop-down menu.
3. Click and drag your mouse over the area of the screen that you would like to capture.
4. Release your mouse button and your screenshot will be saved to your computer.
If you need to take more advanced screenshots, such as screenshots of webpages or menus, you can a third-party program such as Jing, which is free for non-commercial use.
Take A Screenshot On HP Using Markup Hero
With the power of markup hero, you can easily take screenshots on any device.
The process is simple, just choose “Take A Screenshot” from within Markup Hero’s menu options and watch as your screen gets cut out perfectly in one fell swoop.
Screenshots by browser extensions
Screenshots by browser extensions are a great way to document yourself online or share your screen with others.
They also allow for capturing content on the web without any lateral movement, which can be particularly useful when taking video tutorials of how-to guides and other detailed contents shared in text form rather than images only formats such as photos/videos etc, because then it’s easier if you want them both looking at what they’re doing instead up close while reading along together from either side like we used too do back before YouTube came.