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Press the control & print screen keys while you are in the room,then open the Paint program,and find edit,then click on paste,and your picture should be on your screen of your room,click on save,and you should be able to do whatever you want with it then.I hope this helps you
If you're on a laptop, there's a button in the top row, second from the right usually. It says insert, and below it in a little box it says "prt sc". In the lower corner, there's a button that says "fn" in a little box on the key. Hold down that button and then press the "prt sc" key I mentioned earlier .
I did something different. I downloaded something on my computer called "ScreenHunter". Once you download it, it becomes an icon on your computer. Whenever you want to take a picture, click on it and then set the single hot key (you only have to do this once) and then click capture now. You can choose the area where you want to capture the picture. If you want o download it, search for "ScreenHunter download". It may take you some time to find it but once you download it, you'll know it is screen hunter because the icon is a computer with a hand in the middle of it.
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