Capturing screenshots is something that you absolutely must be able to do. As a teacher and Technology Coordinator I am constantly using screenshots in things that I create for faculty and students.

Students should be able to do the same. How about that project where you are asking a student to teach something back to his/her class? Being able to create quality instructional graphics is an important step to that process.

There are two types of screenshots you can take on a Chromebook:

  • Take a screenshot of your current page: Ctrl + window switcher key
  • Take a partial screenshot: Ctrl + Shift + window switcher key , then click and drag.

Copy of Ctrl+Shift+Refresh


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