Beginner’s Guide to screenshots with Apple Products

Beginner’s Guide to screenshots with Apple Products

By Lillee Allee

 

Apple users are still in the minority compared to PC users with computers, though the IPhones and IPads certainly are popular. One of the big questions is how to screen shot as it is different for Apple Users

 

On your Apple computer:

  • Make sure that everything that you want to shoot is visible on your screen.
  • Hold down shift and command
  • Hit the #4 key
  • Beginning at the top left corner with your cursor, select the entire item you want to shoot.
  • With sound on, you will here the shutter
  • You will see your screen shot on your desktop
  • Hint: label each item you have for better identification when you need to choose it to place on your webpage, facebook etc.

 

On Your IPhone:

  • On the right side of the phone, near the top, you will find your sleep/wake button that you use to power down your phone
  • Hold your sleep/wake button down.
  • Press and release the home button (bottom center)
  • You will here a shutter sound effect.
  • Your screenshot will be automatically placed in your photo library.

 

On Your IPad:

  • Make sure that everything that you want to shoot is visible on your screen.
  • On the right side of the phone, near the top, you will find your sleep/wake button that you use to power down your pad
  • Find your home button, located in the center, bottom of your pad
  • Press the sleep/wake button and the home button at the same time (you only need to do this for a second –if you wait longer the pad will turn off)
  • With sound on, you will hear a shutter sound
  • You will see a white screen
  • Just look through your Camera Roll to see your shot. Camera Roll, click on the “Photos” app on your home screen.

 

  • “Camera Roll” will be listed as your first album.
  • Look for the final image at the bottom – there it is!

 

Sources

support.apple.com

 

http://www.wikihow.com/Take-a-Screenshot-With-an-iPad

Lillee Allee

Lillee Allee

Representative at National Paranormal Society
Lillee Allee has studied religion, spirituality and paranormal investigation for over 40 years. She is the widow of John D. Allee, an internationally known dark magician. She continues to consult in paranormal investigation. Her specialties include: Marian and cultural spiritual phenomena/apparitions, spiritual support to teams and clients who want spiritual counseling after investigation, evp work and old school audio, the accuracy and research of past life regression and seance, and spiritual protection. Lillee was also one of the first to incorporate trained canines into paranormal investigations. She hosts a radio program on the para-x.com network, Happy Mediums, with Debra Ann Freeman, who also consults with paranormal investigative teams in Southern New England. Lillee is a published author and journalist, and legal clergy with degrees in psychology and mass communication. Lillee walks on the middle path sees learning as a life-long endeavor and is looking to make a difference and contribution to this field before she too will be heard on someone’s EVP. Lillee is always available to educate and consult and continues to enjoy guesting on other’s radio and television programs.
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