How to Take a Screenshot on a Logitech Keyboard

July 30, 2023
David Sunnyside

Logitech keyboards are among the finest available. Their sleek designs and features make them an excellent choice for both home and professional use. However, some individuals may have trouble using them when it comes to taking screenshots; we will show you how in this article.

First, locate the Windows and Print Screen buttons on your keyboard, which may be indicated by either a Windows icon or camera icon depending on your keyboard model. These can usually be found either near F1-F12 buttons or somewhere along the top row. Once found, press and hold both simultaneously - this will create a screenshot that is saved directly into your clipboard, ready for pasting into an image editing program for storage purposes.

Mac users can use either the Snipping Tool, keyboard shortcut Shift+Command+3, or capture specific areas with their mouse. If they prefer something different for taking screenshots such as Snagit or Lightshot - both excellent options that offer more features than what comes built into Windows and macOS operating systems' screenshot tools -

Finally, you can also use the Windows Key and Print Screen button to take a full screen screenshot and save it directly to your clipboard, where it can then be pasted into an image editing program such as Paint or Photoshop for further manipulation. While this method takes more time than its alternatives, it could prove particularly helpful if there's something special you want to capture like an important window or page.

Logitech Craft keyboard is more than meets the eye. Underneath its beautiful exterior lies a wireless keyboard which connects with your computer via either Logitech's Unifying 2.4GHz wireless technology or Bluetooth, USB 2.0 and has customizable software controls such as Adobe Creative Suite programs, Microsoft Word and Excel, VLC player Spotify etc. Additionally it includes various buttons for controlling mouse functions which makes this an extremely versatile piece for work and leisure activities alike.

David Sunnyside
Co-founder of Urban Splatter • Digital Marketer • Engineer • Meditator
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