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How to copy and paste pics made with Adobe Flash Player

By Edited Feb 22, 2016 0 0

Most of us are so used of just right clicking our mouse and cutting and pasting pics but what happens when the pic we are trying to copy was made with Adobe flash player? You right click but you do not get the copy option. Most people would just give up thinking that they can not get that pic but there is a way and you will learn how here.

Things You Will Need

Microsoft Paint

Step 1

When you are on the web page that you want to get that pic from find the "Fn" key on your keyboard, it should be located on the bottom left of your keyboard. Also find the "PrtSc" key which should be located near the top right keys on your keyboard.

Step 2

After finding these two keys you are going to now have to press and hold down the "Fn" key and press the "prtSc" key just once. What you have done is copied your screen even though you may not think that you've done anything.

Step 3

Now you will have to go to your accessories and from there open up your 'Paint' program. The 'Paint' program is on everyone's computer as it comes as a standard Microsoft program on all computers.

Step 4

Now that you have your 'Paint' program opened up you will go to 'edit' which will give you additional options. The option you want to click on now is 'Paste'. When you do this the web page that you copied earlier will appear there on your 'Paint' program. Pretty cool ha!

Step 5

You will now have to click on the 'Image' option and then click on 'Crop'.

Step 6

Now decide what you want on that web page to be your pic. Use the mouse to make a square around whatever it is that you wantl be your image.

Step 7

Once that square has been made around your image just leave it alone for a minute. You will now have to go back to the 'Image' option up on top and then choose crop again.

Step 8

When you choose crop the image that you put the square around will be the only thing left on the screen, this is your new pic. You can now save the pic by going in the 'file' option and then clicking save. You can save the pic in either JPEG, GIG, or many of the other options that it gives you. You have just learned how to copy and paste pics made with Adobe Flash Player! Once you have saved the image it is yours to do whatever you want to do with it. The pic has been saved just the same as if you had used the copy and paste options. It may seem like a little more to do than the regular copy/paste feature but the point here is to show those that really want a certain pic made with Adobe Flash Player that it can be done. Some might even think it is complicated at first but once someone gets the hang of grabbing pics this way it becomes really easy.

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