Screen Capture in MS Access database

My client is looking for screen captures in a MS Access database I worked on with a friend.
She wants me to create a presentation in PowerPoint that will probably lead to the creation of a User training manual.

I have a Fn-PRTSC key combo on my laptop but it doesn’t seem to work (I tried it in Access and Outlook).  I haven’t tried to do a screen capture in years so it may be something I’m overlooking.

I would like to print out all the code, all the screens and all of the table relationships so she has an idea of how much work you do and create a type of data dictionary.  Let me know if you think you can help me with that.
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Need to hold your shift key too.
I would recommend using the Snipping Tool to screen screenshots.  It will allow you to better target the screen and just show the data that you are interested in showing.

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JECoyneAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the quick response
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