Without SceenShot App, How To Take A Screenshot On An iPad And iPhone

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Have you ever been in a situation where you are suppose to screenshot some web pages on your iPad or iPhone, and you find it hard to capture that vital piece of info you saw online? Well, to screenshot them is easy and does not require you to purchase or download any app to do it. In fact, the iPad software includes a built-in ability to take a screen shot of any screen that you are currently viewing on the iPad and save it as an image that you can then transfer to your computer.

To create the screen shot, you simply need to follow these steps:
1. Go to the screen you would like to create a screen shot.
2. When at this screen, click and hold on the Home button, and while pressing that button, press and release the On/Off/Sleep/Wake button at the top of the iPad. The two buttons that you need to press can be seen in the image below.
Buttons that you need to press in order to create a snapshot on the iPad

When you press this button combination, you will see a white flash and hear a sound similar to a camera click.
3. The screen shots that you take can then be seen within the Photo app.
If you then need to transfer these files to your computer, you can either use iTunes to transfer the files during a sync or you can access the iPad directly and copy the files over to the location you them stored.

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