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i need to label a screenshot but don`t know where to start. i know the name of one which is toolbox but i have looked but can

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  1. Thank you for using the Jiskha Homework Help Forum and try the following:

    AOL Search results for "how to label a screenshot"

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  2. Try the directions in one of these below. If you can get the image into Paint and then into Notepad or Wordpad (if you're using Windows), then adding a label is easy -- just add a small textbox under the image and type in what you want.

    Capture a Screen Shot of your Desktop or the Active Window in Windows - Learn how to capture a screen shot of your desktop or an active window to an image in Windows without installing additional software.

    Screen shot - Also known as a screen dump, snapshot, or screen capture, a screen shot or screenshot is an image that is created from a software program or the operating ...

    Screenshot - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - A screenshot, screen capture, or screen dump is an image taken by the computer to record the visible items displayed on the monitor or another visual output ...

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