Re: sending a screen shot
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That is what I did, at first it was difficult locating the print screen button which turning on keyboard help didn’t work, but I found it. Alt windows pg down for me was the keystroke.
After pasting it into paint, I used the OCR command, and all was well.
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Subject: Re: [jaws-users] sending a screen shot
Very difficult, all you can really do is to open the screen that you want to take a screen shot of, do an alt+printscreen.
This copies it to the clip board.
I Normally then open paint, with start, run and pbrush.
Open a new file and use ctrl+v to paist the image in.
Hope this is of some help?
Very good question
I have the same question
Using windows 10 on a lonovo desk top myself
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Using windows 10 pro on a Lenovo laptop, how do I send a screen shot but more importantly how would I know I screen shotted the correct info?
I need to screen shot my paystub.