HoopyBhoy67

How do I take a screenie on Windows 7 ?

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Hi guys, just signed up there as this has me totally confused ahaha.

When I press Prnt Scrn and then paste it into Paint, the image underneath my FM window (i.e. My wallpaper or Firefox window) is pasted instead of the FM screenie.

I managed to do it in windowed mode but that does not show the full screen. Is there any other way to do it ? Am I using the Paint method wrong ??

Help is appreciated :)

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I think in the booklet/or in game help, you can save it straight into the Football Manager 2010 folder by pressing Alt and F9, also for Print screen normally is FN and Print screen. Hope this helps.

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Sando, try what I said in my post above and see if it works.

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I think in the booklet/or in game help, you can save it straight into the Football Manager 2010 folder by pressing Alt and F9, also for Print screen normally is FN and Print screen. Hope this helps.

Neither worked :(

When I go to my screenshots folder, nothing appears.

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Hi there,

I also have Windows 7 but I am able to take a screenshot using the alt+F9 method in full screen mode.

Unsure why you're unable to do this :-S

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If you run FM in windowed mode you can use the incredibly useful Windows 7 "snipping tool" to taken a screenie.

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I have this same problem, however when I go into windowed mode, press fn and print screen it works fine

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