5 Ways To Screenshot On Your ASUS Laptop

If you are using an ASUS laptop, screenshotting may be more complicated than on other laptops. This blog post will help clear up any confusion and teach you how to screenshot on your ASUS laptop!-shot on your ASUS laptop.

– screenshot to the desktop: press Windows key + shift and then PrtScn (the screenshot is saved onto your desktop)

– screenshot without save: you can also use Windows Key + Shift, but hit Alt at the same time instead of pressing PrtScn. This screenshot will be a copy in your clipboard. Paste it into an image editor or email if necessary!

– full screen slideshow with video capture: this feature does not work well for those using built-in microphones because how loud they are depends on what input device you have plugged in. If that’s not an issue, just go ahead and click “Presentation Mode” after clicking F12 from within any application (hold down Fn after pressing F12 for screenshot).

– screenshot with your webcam: just press the Windows key + PrtScn, and then click on “Copy to Clipboard” from within the Snipping Tool. Paste this screenshot into an image editor or email if necessary!

How To Screenshot On Asus Laptop Using The Snipping Tool

* Press Windows Key + PrtScn (hold down Fn after pressing F12 for screenshot)

* Click “Copy to Clipboard” from within the snipping tool and paste into an image editor or email if necessary! _________ This screenshot will save automatically on your Desktop!

Try it now – screenshot without saving with a built-in microphone using this setup. Now try again, but use external input devices–the difference should be obvious. In other words, when you’re capturing audio, go ahead and plug in those headphones because that’s what’ll make all the noise come through clearly

How To Edit And Annotate Screenshots On Asus Laptop

* Press Windows Key + PrtScn, and then click on “Edit” from within the Snipping Tool

* Select any screenshot that you’d like to edit in an image editor or annotate text onto (such as a screenshot of this post)

-cut screenshot into pieces: press Ctrl while dragging your mouse across the screenshot. You can also select all of it by pressing Ctrl+A before cutting–this is helpful for screenshots with multiple screens included!

-crop screenshot: just drag your cursor over what you want cropped out. To crop without cropping anything out, hit Alt instead of holding down Shift when selecting portions to cut–then release both buttons at once.

EDITING ANNOTATED SCREENSHOTS

* Press Windows Key + PrtScn, and then click on “Edit” from within the Snipping Tool

* Click on screenshot to edit in an image editor or annotate text onto (such as a screenshot of this post)

-adjust brightness: use slider bar at top. Use keyboard key Ctrl+F11 to increase brightness by one level, or hit it more than once to get higher levels of light! You can also select all of it by pressing Ctrl+A before adjusting–this is helpful for screenshots with multiple screens included!–just drag your cursor across what you want adjusted when moving the sliders around. To adjust without cropping anything out, hold down Shift instead of holding Alt while selecting portions that need adjusting–then release both buttons at once.

-adjust contrast: use slider bar on the left side of screenshot to adjust it, just like with brightness! You can also select all of it by pressing Ctrl+A before adjusting–this is helpful for screenshots with multiple screens included!–just drag your cursor across what you want adjusted when moving the sliders around. To adjust without cropping anything out, hold down Shift instead of holding Alt while selecting portions that need adjusting–then release both buttons at once.

-add annotations: click “Annotate” from within the image editor and then write whatever text or draw lines you would like added onto screenshot in a box (or boxes) that will pop up automatically as you hover over screenshot. Note: you can also select all of it by pressing Ctrl+A before adding annotations–this is helpful for screenshots with multiple screens included! To add without cropping anything out, hold down Shift instead of holding Alt while selecting portions that need annotating–then release both buttons at once.

-crop screenshot into a box (or boxes) as if overlaying on top of screenshot in image editor and then click “Annotate” from within the screenshot to edit in an image editor or annotate text onto screenshot

-draw shapes over screenshot using any color marker (just use mouse). You can also select all of it by pressing Ctrl+A before drawing shapes!–just drag your cursor across what you want drawn when moving the sliders around. To draw without cropping anything out, hold down Shift instead of holding Alt while selecting portions that need drawing–then release both buttons at once.

-draw shapes over screenshot using just one color marker (just use mouse). You can also select all of it by pressing Ctrl+A before drawing shapes!–just drag your cursor across what you want drawn when moving the sliders around. To draw without cropping anything out, hold down Shift instead of holding Alt while selecting portions that need drawing–then release both buttons at once.

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