print screen

Print Screen how can i get my win 98se to print the screen i am viewing on some sites im on there is no way to go to file to print.
billsterAsked:
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SheharyaarSaahilCommented:
Hello billster =)

cant you hit the PrintScreen key on the keyboard and then open MSPain and right click on the white area and click Paste
this should paste here the screen you were viewing at the time you hit PrintScreen :)
and now yu can save it and print it from here !!
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billsterAuthor Commented:
no sher when i press print screen hothing come up
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SheharyaarSaahilCommented:
no see how you have to do it,

like you are on a website and want to save it as a pic, i mean whatever you are looking at
you hit PrintScreen on the keyboard and then you will open Paint
from the Edit menu, click Paste
now you should get the whole screen which you were looking at when you hit the PrintScreen key

now tell me where is it not working for you ?? :)
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SheharyaarSaahilCommented:
when you will hit PrintScreen,,, nothing should come up, because you will have to go and open MS Paint manually to paste the screen which you have captured from the PrintScreen key :)
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