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Microsoft Keyboard "PrtScn SysRq insert" key

  1. #1


    Blackmurano Guest

    Microsoft Keyboard "PrtScn SysRq insert" key

    I'm trying to print downloaded photos that is on the screen. Not individual
    ones but what is on the monitor screen. Each picture has a number below it to
    identify the picture.

    1. I hit "PrintScn Sys Rq" key once. Open Inranview software. Click on
    Edit, but there was no paste option. The infranview screen says I have no
    file.

    2. So the problem is getting my screen photo on the clipboard. What am i
    doing wrong?

      My System SpecsSystem Spec

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  3. #2


    Andy [YaYa] Guest

    Re: Microsoft Keyboard "PrtScn SysRq insert" key

    "Blackmurano" <Blackmurano@xxxxxx> wrote in message
    news:E6056B1E-7736-40B7-B683-72E8FC9D4122@xxxxxx

    > I'm trying to print downloaded photos that is on the screen. Not
    > individual
    > ones but what is on the monitor screen. Each picture has a number below it
    > to
    > identify the picture.
    >
    > 1. I hit "PrintScn Sys Rq" key once. Open Inranview software. Click on
    > Edit, but there was no paste option. The infranview screen says I have no
    > file.
    >
    > 2. So the problem is getting my screen photo on the clipboard. What am i
    > doing wrong?
    I usually clip the image into MSPAINT, but I just opened IrfanView, if I
    press PRTSCN, then click on the Edit drop down menu there's a Paste option,
    click on that, and the image appears in IrfanView.

    Can also press Alt+PrntScr to copy just the top window to the clipboard.

    If it's not working could be something wrong, but with what I have no idea.

    -A.


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  4. #3


    Gene K Guest

    Re: Microsoft Keyboard "PrtScn SysRq insert" key

    The PRTSCN key copies the image to the Clipboard. I think the result is in
    BMP format. Anyway, open Paint (Start/All Programs/Accessories/Paint) and
    see if your paste option exists.
    Gene K

    "Blackmurano" <Blackmurano@xxxxxx> wrote in message
    news:E6056B1E-7736-40B7-B683-72E8FC9D4122@xxxxxx

    > I'm trying to print downloaded photos that is on the screen. Not
    > individual
    > ones but what is on the monitor screen. Each picture has a number below it
    > to
    > identify the picture.
    >
    > 1. I hit "PrintScn Sys Rq" key once. Open Inranview software. Click on
    > Edit, but there was no paste option. The infranview screen says I have no
    > file.
    >
    > 2. So the problem is getting my screen photo on the clipboard. What am i
    > doing wrong?

      My System SpecsSystem Spec

  5. #4


    Richard G. Harper Guest

    Re: Microsoft Keyboard "PrtScn SysRq insert" key

    If this is a Microsoft keyboard with a Fn-key lock, you may need to turn the
    Fn-lock off (or on) to get a PrtSc keystroke generated.

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    "Blackmurano" <Blackmurano@xxxxxx> wrote in message
    news:E6056B1E-7736-40B7-B683-72E8FC9D4122@xxxxxx

    > I'm trying to print downloaded photos that is on the screen. Not
    > individual
    > ones but what is on the monitor screen. Each picture has a number below it
    > to
    > identify the picture.
    >
    > 1. I hit "PrintScn Sys Rq" key once. Open Inranview software. Click on
    > Edit, but there was no paste option. The infranview screen says I have no
    > file.
    >
    > 2. So the problem is getting my screen photo on the clipboard. What am i
    > doing wrong?

      My System SpecsSystem Spec


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