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Screenshots in BIOPAC software

To take a screenshot of BIOPAC software/data for reports or publication:

A. Use the Edit Function

  1. Choose Edit > Clipboard > Copy graph.
    • This will capture what is seen in the graph window; if a section is highlighted, it will capture just that.
  2. Paste the clipboard to an application (e.g. Photoshop, Word, etc.).

B. Save As JPEG

AcqKnowledge 4 includes a Save As JPEG option.
  1. Choose File > Save As.
  2. Set Save as type to JPEG (*.jpeg) and click Save.
  3. Set the JPEG export options—Color, Black and White, Quality (0 to 100)—and click OK.

C. Use a Built-In OS Utility

D. Use the OS “print screen” function (these key combinations will copy images to the clipboard)

  • Windows OS
         Full screen: Print Screen
         Active window: Alt + Print Screen
  • Mac OS
         Full screen: Control + Command + Shift + 3
         Selected area: Control + Command + Shift + 4

Page last modified 31Dec2014

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