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  • [cmd] + [shift] + 3 to take a full-screen shot. [cmd] + [shift] + 4 to take a shot of a selection. It'll appear as an image on your desktop. You can also launch Grab.app.
  • There is no built-in MS Paint equivalent on a Mac, but there are several options you can download. One that I like a lot is Tuxpaint. http://www.tuxpaint.org/ Look here for screenshot shortcuts: http://guides.macrumors.com/Taking_Screenshots_in_Mac_OS_X
  • I believe it's Command+Shft+3.
  • There is also a way to take a screenshot of only a single, individual window. Command+Shift+4 Then press space Move your cursor over any window and click to capture. Apple doesn't have any equivalents of MS paint, a disappointment to many fanboys. Most use third-party software such as Photoshop, Fireworks, Acorn, or Pixen.
  • There is also a way to take a screenshot of only a single, individual window. Command+Shift+4 Then press space Move your cursor over any window and click to capture. Apple doesn't have any equivalents of MS paint, a disappointment to many fanboys. Most use third-party software such as Photoshop, Fireworks, Acorn, or Pixen.
  • Take your screenshot using CMD-Shift-3

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