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Keyboard Shortcuts on a Chromebook
See below for a quick explanation of taking screenshots on your Chromebook.
To view all keyboard shortcuts available on the Chromebook laptop, go to this Chromebook Help page.
Taking a Screenshot on a Chromebook
Screenshots are very handy when you want to capture what is happening on your computer or wish to save an image. Below is two keyboard shortcuts to take a screenshot and an image explaining where to locate the Show Windows button.
To take a screenshot of your entire screen, Press Ctrl + Show windows (or Ctrl + F5).
To take a partial screenshot, Press Shift + Ctrl + Show windows (or Shift + Ctrl + F5), then click and drag.
To access your past screenshots, go to Files in the toolbar by clicking the circle Start button on the bottom-left and then clicking the blue Files icon.