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Take a screenshot - Apple Support (IN)

1. Capture the Entire Screen​

Press `Command (⌘) + Shift + 3`:​

- This will take a screenshot of your entire screen and save it to your desktop.​

2. Capture a Selected Portion of the Screen​

Press `Command (⌘) + Shift + 4`:​

- Your cursor will change to a crosshair.​

- Click and drag to select the area you want to capture.​

- Release the mouse button to take the screenshot, which will be saved to your desktop.​

3. Capture a Specific Window​

Press `Command (⌘) + Shift + 4`, then press the `Spacebar`:​

- Your cursor will change to a camera icon.​

- Move the camera icon over the window you want to capture, which will highlight in blue.​

- Click to take the screenshot of the window. The screenshot will be saved to your desktop.​

4. Use the Screenshot Toolbar (macOS Mojave and later)​

Press `Command (⌘) + Shift + 5`:​

- This will open the Screenshot toolbar, which provides options to capture the entire screen, a selected window, or a selected portion.​

- The toolbar also includes options for recording your screen and choosing where to save the screenshot.​

5. Capture the Touch Bar (for MacBook Pro models with Touch Bar)​

Press `Command (⌘) + Shift + 6`:​

- This will take a screenshot of the Touch Bar and save it to your desktop.​

Additional Tips​

- Changing the Save Location: By default, screenshots are saved to your desktop. You can change the save location using the Screenshot toolbar (`Command (⌘) + Shift + 5`) by clicking "Options" and selecting a different save location.​

- Clipboard: To save a screenshot to the clipboard instead of a file, add the `Control` key to any of the commands. For example, `Command (⌘) + Control + Shift + 4` will save the selected portion to the clipboard.​


- [Apple Support: How to take a screenshot on your Mac](​

- [Macworld: How to take a screenshot on a Mac](​

These methods should cover all your screenshot needs on a Mac!​

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