Screen Shot on a Microsoft All-In-One Media Keyboard

I am quite happy with this keyboard for everyday use but today I hit the wall trying to take a screen shot...there is no "Print Screen" key and the on-line manuals and phone support provide zero guidance on how to take a screen shot with this keyboard.

Can any one in the community advise me what button or (more likely) combination of buttons are pressed to take a screen shot.

Thanks for your time and consideration of my little problem

Glen Parrott

 

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No joy from this line of inquiry just yet.

The All-in-one keyboard has been set aside for the time being and I'm using an old keyboard which does have a PrtScn key.  

When I get the situation requiring the PrtScn function resolved, I'll start using the All-in-one keyboard again...Unless of course someone in the community can advise me how to do a Screenshot with it.

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Glen Parrott

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Hi Glen,

I went through the same issue until i found the answer 

Fn-Lock: Fn + Caps Lock (inverts the way Fn works with the F1-F12 keys)
Home: Fn + Left arrow
End: Fn + Right arrow
Page Up: Fn + Up arrow
Page Down: Fn + Down arrow
Print Screen (full screen): Fn + Windows Key + Space
Print Screen (current window) Fn + Alt + Space

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Thank you Safieeldin, you are fantastic. 

It took a few days to try it out (we're having a medical issue right now) but when I gave it a whirl earlier today the 

key strokes worked perfectly.  Thanks to you I can now do the basic functions which were previously beyond my capacity

Pity the MS operating manuals didn't provide the quality of guidance I got from you.  

Glen Parrott

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Hi Glen,

I went through the same issue until i found the answer 

Fn-Lock: Fn + Caps Lock (inverts the way Fn works with the F1-F12 keys)
Home: Fn + Left arrow
End: Fn + Right arrow
Page Up: Fn + Up arrow
Page Down: Fn + Down arrow
Print Screen (full screen): Fn + Windows Key + Space
Print Screen (current window) Fn + Alt + Space

Regards,

Safieeldin

print screen not working like that, tried both options, just got the keyboard.

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I installed MS Mouse and Keyboard Center, and assigned the Home button for screencapture. Easy solution.

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Fn-Lock: Fn + Caps Lock (inverts the way Fn works with the F1-F12 keys)
Home: Fn + Left arrow
End: Fn + Right arrow
Page Up: Fn + Up arrow
Page Down: Fn + Down arrow
Print Screen (full screen): Fn + Windows Key + Space
Print Screen (current window) Fn + Alt + Space
All the above shortcuts were tested on Windows 7 with the Microsoft Mouse and keyboard centre installed, it may be required for them to work, see: http://www.microsoft.com/hardware/en-gb/d/all-in-one-media-keyboard

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Thank you so much your answer! This is awesome!

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I am quite happy with this keyboard for everyday use but today I hit the wall trying to take a screen shot...there is no "Print Screen" key and the on-line manuals and phone support provide zero guidance on how to take a screen shot with this keyboard.

Can any one in the community advise me what button or (more likely) combination of buttons are pressed to take a screen shot.

Thanks for your time and consideration of my little problem

Glen Parrott

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Fn-Lock: Fn + Caps Lock (inverts the way Fn works with the F1-F12 keys)
Home: Fn + Left arrow
End: Fn + Right arrow
Page Up: Fn + Up arrow
Page Down: Fn + Down arrow
Print Screen (full screen): Fn + Windows Key + Space
Print Screen (current window) Fn + Alt + Space

Regards,

Safieeldin

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