Posted 27 November 2008 - 09:14 PM
When you hit the Print Screen button, it stores the image to the Clipboard.
Just like when you highlight some text, right-click, and select Copy.
It will stay there until you copy something else, or close Windows.
To view it, you need to do as Budapest suggested.
Open Paint, or any image editing program you use, and select File/Paste.
That will paste the image into the program.
Do whatever editing you want to, then just select File/Save As..., name it, and save it to a file.
Once it's saved to a file, it will remain there until you delete it.
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