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How do you take a screenshot on a Mac and save it to a folder?
Last Updated: 8th February, 2020
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Subsequently, one may also ask, how do I save a screenshot to a folder on a Mac?
How to save screenshots to a folder on Mac
- STEP 1: Click Spotlight icon (the magnifying glass on the topright)
- STEP 2: Type “Terminal” and press enter.
- STEP 3: Copy/Paste the following code and hit enter to create afolder named “Screenshots” in your“Documents” folder.
Secondly, where do my screenshots get saved on Mac? Open Finder and click on "All My Files," and then changethe way files are sorted to Date Created. Any newscreenshots should show up at the very beginning. You canuse use Spotlight to search for "Screen Shot." If this stilldoesn't work, look at your keyboard shortcut settings to make sureit hasn't been changed.
Correspondingly, how do I save part of a screenshot?
To take a quick screenshot of the active window,use the keyboard shortcut Alt + PrtScn. This will snap yourcurrently active window and copy the screenshot to theclipboard. You'll need to open the shot in an image editor tosave it.
Where are the screenshots saved?
Saving screenshots to a file in theScreenshots folder. There are a couple of commands thatsave the screenshots directly into an image file(e.g., pressing Windows + PrtScn on the keyboard). When you dothis, the files are saved in the Screenshots folderfound in your Pictures library.