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How to Take a Screenshot on Your Mac

How to Take a Screenshot on Your Mac

Hello, Today I’m gonna talk about how you can take screenshots on your mac. There are different ways to capture your screen on the mac. Like by default Mac gives you Grab app to take screenshots. You can also record your screen by using QuickTime Player which is also a by default Mac app. But in this article, I’m going to share a different methods of taking screenshots on your Mac.

There are 3 different methods for taking a screenshot;

Command+Shift+3:

Taking a screenshot of the whole screen.

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Command+Shift+4:

To take a Screenshot of selected screen.

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Command+Shift+4+Space-bar:

If you want to take particular application screenshot (not whole screen).how take screenshot mac

You can also record your screen by Quick Time Player but you need 10.3+ version. Now, open Quick Time Player. Go to File and select New Screen Recording. Select your microphone and adjust the volume of it. Once it’s done you are ready to record. Press Red button to record.

Read More: How to Enable Hey Siri On Your Mac

Follow the Step-by-Step video tutorial;

If you want to select a particular portion of the screen then select the screen and press record button on menu bar. Once your recording is completed again press menu bar button to Stop. A recorded video will open automatically. Go to File and Save. It’s open-source software of Apple and it’s a best for screen capture.

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Lokesh Aryan

My name is Lokesh Aryan, Founder & CEO of Lokesh Aryan Digital. I’m a Professional Blogger, Influencer, and Author of On-Page SEO – Everything You Need to Know.

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