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Subject:Re: Macintosh screen captures From:Sarah Lee Bihlmayer <tecscrib -at- SIRIUS -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 29 Apr 1996 12:37:40 -0700
WandaJane Phillips wrote:
>> I need to captures screens on a Macintosh for documenting a Macintosh
>> software application.
>> Can someone tell me what the keyboard combination is for doing this?
>Try looking under Control Panels, in Capture... you can set the keys to
>anything you want, I believe the default is command-c.
This only works when you have purchased and installed a third-party utility
called Capture, from Mainstay Software--its control panel lets you
customize the key combination. (BTW, Command-C is usually the default
shortcut for the Mac's Copy command.) As far as I know, the MacOS does not
provide a way to change the default shortcut (Command-Shift-3) for taking
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