How To Do A Screen Capture With a Mac

How To Do A Screen Capture With a Mac

How To Do A Screen Capture With a Mac

Screen Capture With a Mac

I often use pictures of my computer screen to add to my blog posts and I do this by doing a Screen Capture with a Mac.

In fact there are 2 ways to do a screen capture with a Mac.  The first is where you do only a portion of your screen and the other one is when you do a full screen capture.  The nice thing is, you don’t need to buy any software, it comes free with your Mac operating System.

Screen Capture With A Mac – Partial Screen Capture

This is really easy to do, just click Command + Shift + 4 and then you will be able to click on an area that you want to screen capture.

See the Video below to see how to do a partial screen capture with a mac.

Screen Capture With A Mac – Full Screen Capture

The other option you have is to capture the full screen.  To do this, just click Command + Shift + 3 and then you will capture the full screen.

See the Video below to see how to do a full screen capture with a mac.

Screen Capture With A Mac – Partial Screen and Full Screen Video

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3 comments

  1. How To Do A Screen Capture With a Mac…

    Want to see how to do a Scree Capture with a Mac? Here are 2 ways to do it. Useful when you are trying to show something on your computer screen….

  2. Skitch is my fav tool for screen capture on Macs :)

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