How do I make a screen capture and change the default

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wingshortcut, your cursor will turned into a cross-hair and allows you to select the area you want to capture.

  • Command + Shift + 4 then Space – By holding down Command + Shift + 4, your cursor will turn to cross-hair. Then hit the space bar once it will turned to a camera icon. This allows you to capture any opened windows, regardless of active or hiding behind.
  • If you want your screen capture to be kept in clipboard so you can paste them in image editing tools (eg. Photoshop) instead of output as .PNG, just include Control while using the shortcut.

    • Control + Command + Shift + 3 – Captures entire screen, hold image in clipboard.
    • Control+Command + Shift + 4 – Captures screen according to user selection, hold image in clipboard.

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