How to Screenshot on Lenovo Laptop

Have no idea how to take a screenshot on a Lenovo computer, laptop, or tablet? There is no better place to be than here. It’s a cinch to get started with! We’ll walk you through the process of taking screenshots on your Lenovo devices in this guide.

Use Snagit To screenshot on Lenovo Laptop

Snagit is a great application for taking screenshots quickly and editing them with more advanced features. Using Snagit, you can take a custom screenshot by following the steps below:

Install Snagit if it hasn’t already been done so. Run, sign in to Snagit, and then click the Capture button to begin recording. Once you’ve clicked and dragged the area you want, release your mouse button. To take a picture of the selected region, click the camera icon. Snagit Editor pops up and lets you make changes to your screenshot. Shapes, text, effects, and other modifications can be added to your screenshot. Ctrl and S on your keyboard will save this screenshot.

Snagit’s full edition is free to try for 15 days. If you wish to continue using Snagit beyond the free trial period, you’ll need to purchase it.

Take a screenshot with the Windows screenshot feature

Take a picture of your Lenovo PC or laptop using the Windows screenshot tool if you only need to take a quick snapshot.

Take a full-screen screenshot.
Take a picture of the current window.
Take a personalized picture.

Take a screenshot of the whole screen

In order to take a snapshot of your Lenovo computer’s entire screen, there are two options:

To snap a screenshot of an entire screen, use the PrtSc key.
In order to snap a screenshot of your entire screen, press both the Microsoft logo key and the PrtSc key at once.

Press the Prt Sc Key to Take a Screenshot of The Whole Screen

Press PrtSc on your keyboard. You’ll be given a copy of the current screen to keep. Type paint into the Windows logo key. Open Paint by selecting it from the list of search results. To paste a screenshot into Paint, press Ctrl and V on your keyboard at the same time. Save this screenshot by pressing Ctrl and S on your keyboard simultaneously.

Press the Windows Logo Key and The Prt Sc Key to Take a Screenshot of The Whole Screen

To snap a screenshot of the entire screen, press the Windows logo key and the PrtSc key at the very same time on your keyboard.

C: Users[Your Name]Pictures[Your Name]PicturesScreenshots will copy this snapshot to your clipboard and save it in that location.
The snapshot can be found at C: Users[Your Name]PicturesScreenshots.
To make changes, simply copy and paste them into the Paint software.

By this point, you’ve captured an image of the entire display and saved it to your Lenovo laptop.

Take a Screenshot of An Active Window

Use the following steps to capture an image of a running window on your Lenovo laptop:

To make a certain window active, simply click on it anywhere on the screen. To snap a screenshot, press Alt and PrtSc on your keyboard at the same moment. Type paint into the Windows logo key. To open the Paint software, simply click on it.To paste a screenshot into Paint, press Ctrl and V on your keyboard at the same time. Save this screenshot by pressing Ctrl and S on your keyboard simultaneously. Your computer now has a copy of the current window.

Take a Custom Screenshot Using Snip & Sketch

If your Lenovo laptop is running Windows 10 version 1809 or later, you can launch the installed Snip & Sketch software by pressing the Windows logo key, Shift, and S at the same time. The Oct. Update (version 1809) introduced Snip & Sketch. Press the Windows logo key, Shift, and S at the same moment on your keyboard. You’ll see a toolbar at the top of the screen:

It’s up to you whatever tool you’d choose to use:
To capture a rectangle screenshot, use this command.
When taking a screenshot, you can do so in any way.
You can capture a screenshot of the entire screen using -Fullscreen.
You can snap a screenshot by clicking and dragging your mouse cursor over a certain region of your screen. Finally, let go of the mouse click.
A copy of the screenshot is automatically copied to the clipboard when you take it. To see your screenshot, simply click the notice.

Take a Custom Screenshot Using Snipping Tool

It is possible to take a customized screenshot using the Snipping Tool that comes with Windows. Using the Snipping Tool, you can snap a custom screenshot like follows:

It has been removed from Windows 10 edition 1809  and the following versions.
Type snip after pressing the Taskbar icon key on your keyboard. Take a screenshot with the Snipping Tool that appears in the search results. Click New in Snipping Tool. To pick a specific region of your screen, use your mouse to click and drag it. Then release the mouse. To save this personalized screenshot, click a Save Snip icon in the pop-up box.

Take a Screenshot on Your Windows Tablet

Press and hold the On/Off button and the Volume down (-) button at the same time on a Lenovo Small tablet to take a screenshot.

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