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You can take a screenshot in any of the following ways:
If you have added a Take Screenshot button to a panel, click the button to take a screenshot of the entire screen.
Use one of the following shortcut keys:
Print Screen – Takes a screenshot of the entire screen.
Alt+Print Screen – Takes a screenshot of the active window which is active.
You can use the Keyboard Shortcuts preference tool to modify the default shortcut keys.
From the menubar, choose Applications -> Accessories -> Take Screenshot.
In a terminal window, type the gnome-screenshot command. The gnome-screenshot command takes a screenshot of the entire screen, and displays the Save Screenshot dialog so you can save the screenshot.
The gnome-screenshot command has the options described in the following table.
To save the screenshot as an image file, type the file name for the screenshot, choose a location from the drop-down list and click Save. You can also use Copy to Clipboard to copy the image to the clipboard or transfer it to another application by using drag and drop.