Knowing how to take a screenshot on a Mac is incredibly useful, whether it be for sharing an image of your screen with someone, or making quick copies of content they may be removed. If you are familiar with taking a print-screen on a PC, then the lack of a dedicated button on a Mac may be confusing. This article will show you how to screen shot on Mac.
On Mac computers, you can take a screenshot using simple key combinations. If you wish to exit the process before you have taken the screenshot, you can easily press the [Esc] key in the upper-lefthand corner of your keyboard. When you take a screenshot, you can choose to capture the entire screen or just a portion of it, all using the tools natively available on your device.
By default, your screenshot will be saved in PNG format and can be located on the desktop of your computer. You can always modify these settings using an external software, like Onyx for Mac. After you have launched Onyx, you can choose the file type in the Settings section and the save location in the Path section.
To capture a selected portion of your screen, first press [⌘] + [Shift] + . When you release the keys, your cursor should change into a + symbol. You can, now, use this tool to select what you would like to capture by clicking and dragging to form a box around the desired screen section:
To take a screenshot of a specific window, simultaneously press the [⌘] + [Shift] +  keys, then press the [space bar]. Next, place the cursor, which is now in the form of a camera, in the window that you would like to capture, and click:
It is possible to take screenshots using the most recent version of the Preview app, which is installed on every Mac computer. In Preview, go to File > Take Screenshot. Then, select whether you wish to take a screenshot of the full screen, a portion of the screen, or of a specific menu.
Click here to see the official Apple article for how to take a screenshot on Mac.
We hope this guide has been useful and that you are now know how to take screenshot on Mac.