We don’t need to tell you the importance of screenshots in our day-to-day life. Most of us use this feature for various reasons.
While taking screenshots is pretty simple on smartphones, Windows and macOS machines, it can be equally confusing on Chromebooks especially if you are new to the operating system.
Just like macOS and Windows, ChromeOS also offers multiple ways to capture screenshots and in this guide, we are going to tell you all about taking screenshots on a Chromebook.
Basic Keyboard shortcuts for taking screenshots on Chromebook
– To capture the entire screen: Press Ctrl + Show window key (a rectangular box with two vertical lines found on the top row)
– To select a particular section: Press Shift + Ctrl + Show windows keys. Then drag it crosshair on the part of the screen you want to capture and let go of the mouse button
What happens after taking the screenshot on Chromebook
After taking the screenshot you’ll see a popup at the right side of the screen asking to copy the screenshot to the clipboard to annotate it. Click on the popup to annotate the screenshot if you want.
Where to find saved screenshots
The screenshots automatically get saved in the Downloads folder. You can find it under the My Files app.
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