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7. Edit Digital Images > 7.4. Taking Screenshots

Taking Screenshots

Linux users love to share screenshots of their desktops and applications—perhaps because Linux is so highly customizable and it is interesting to see how someone has personalized their desktop. (You’ll learn all about customizing KDE in Chapter 8.) In order to share your screenshots, you first need to learn how to make them. To this end, Move includes the program KSnapshot, which can take screenshots of specific windows, the entire screen, or a selected portion of the screen.

  1. To launch KSnapshot, click K Menu View, modify and create graphics Create a screenshot. Figure 7-10 shows you the only window in the program. Taking a screenshot is a fairly simple process. Select the type of screenshot you want to create from the “Capture mode” drop-down list.


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