Using common keyboard shortcuts
How to use Apple Pencil screenshot shortcut on iPad
Command-Shift-3: Take a screenshot. Command-Shift-4: Take a screenshot and immediately open Markup to view or edit it. Command-Option-D: Show or hide the Dock.
Go to Settings > General > Accessibility, then scroll down to AssistiveTouch and turn the feature on. This creates a little circle on the screen, which you can tap to bring up the palette of options. Tap Device, then More, and you'll see a Screenshot option. Tap it and iOS will grab a screenshot.
How to take a screenshot on iPhone models with Touch ID and side button
How to take a screenshot on an iPad with a Home button
Here's how you capture the iPad's screen without a home button:
Apple iPad mini 6 (2021) To take a screenshot of the device display, follow these steps: First, you need to navigate to the desired screen. In this case, scroll to the right. Press and hold the Power key and the volume up key simultaneously.
On your desktop or laptop, press the Print Screen button on your keyboard to take a screenshot. You may also take a screenshot using the CTRL + Print Screen shortcut. Windows takes a full-screen screenshot and saves it to the clipboard. Next, paste the image from the clipboard into an image editing tool like Paint.
Press Shift-Command-4, then move the crosshair pointer to where you want to start the screenshot. Press the mouse or trackpad button, drag over the area you want to capture, then release the mouse or trackpad button.
You can take a picture of the screen just as it appears, or a recording of actions on the screen, to share with others or use in documents.
Take a screenshot on iPad using AssistiveTouch Go to "Settings" > "General" > "Accessibility" > "AssistiveTouch" > turn on "AssistiveTouch". 2. Tap on "Customize Top Level Menu" > Tap on the "+" button > Find "Screenshot" and tap on it > Tap "Done" to add it to AssistiveTouch.
To take a partial screenshot with the iPad snipping toolsnipping toolSnipping Tool is a Microsoft Windows screenshot utility included in Windows Vista and later. It can take still screenshots of an open window, rectangular areas, a free-form area, or the entire screen., you'll need to take a screenshot first (see above for the various methods). When you take a screenshot, a small version of the grab will appear in the bottom-left of your screen for a few seconds. Tap this small image to open the Instant Markup/snipping tool.
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