If you are working with a laptop, the Prnt Scn button may be combined with some other button. On my Dell, the Prnt Scn button is also the Insert button. Also, the Prnt Scn text on the button is blue which means I need to hold down the blue Fn key similar to holding down the SHIFT key before hitting any functions that are shown as blue text on my keyboard.
Once you have the Prnt Scn in memory, you can paste it into something like MS Paint which should be included with any Windows computer. From there, you can do minor manipulations like resizing or cropping out only the relevant portions of the screen. And finally, you save it off as a file (i.e. *.gif or *.jpg). Once it is in file format, you can post it on the Internet or possibly upload it directly into your post. That FAQ about how to add pictures to the forum predates the forum getting updated to allow you to upload pics directly. I'll give a rewrite some thought and possibly add some of the info above if you found the above helpful.
I got it figured out and yes you did help me in a big way. The difference on my laptop and your I had to hit the function key and the Home/print screen key. Then I opened up microsoft paint clicked edit and then paste and voilla, there was the print screen. You can also right click and paste into en empty email body or right click and paste into microsoft word or publisher. Either way, then you just save the print sreen as a picture or file and then it will be able to be uploaded as an attachment to the post reply. Thanks again for your help and support.
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