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The Snipping Tool is a great way to capture just a selection of the screen in Windows 7.
The Snipping Tool is located under the Start menu:
- Click on the "Start Menu."
- Click on "All Programs."
- Click on "Accessories" at the top of the list of programs.
- Select the Snipping Tool from the list of Accessories.
- The screen will become opaque and the mouse will change to cross hairs.
- Draw a rectangular selection over the part of the screen you want to capture.
- This opens a window that contains an image of the part of the screen you captured.
- In this window you can make minor modifications to the image (see the tool bar at the top of the window.
- When you are finished, you can save the image as an HTML, JPEG, GIF or PNG file (image file).
- Go to Start Menu
- Click on "All Programs"
- Find the application you want to put on the task bar
- Right click on the application name to bring up a menu
- Choose “Pin to Taskbar”
Yes you can:
- Connect VGA cable from projector to Mac using one of the adaptors provided by the helpdesk (DVI, MiniDVI, etc.)
- Log in to Mac
- Open system preferences, located either on the dock or at the top left under the apple menu
- In system preferences click on the display icon
- Two windows will pop-up, one being for the Mac display the other being for the projector
- In the projector window, click on the arrangement Tab
- Click on the button that says mirror displays
Now what is being displayed on the Mac is also shown on the projector