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I use Microsoft's RDC on Mac. I need to click on print key to have some screen capture, but Mac Keyboard doesn't have one.

How do I send print key with Mac through RDC?

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Try Option + F4- it worked for me!

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up vote 2 down vote accepted

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The MS RDC has a preference menu so that you can customize the shortcuts.

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i am using RDC from the App Store on my MBA. I don't see this preference dialog in MS' RDC client. Please advise. – Elias Bachaalany Dec 10 '14 at 5:55

Try using the virtual keyboard windows has under the "accessibility" programs menu

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The print screen command on a Mac is:



So on Windows it would most likely be:



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iol, we have a cool custom html tag on Stack Exchange, <kbd>. Go ahead and edit your post to see how I've put it to use. – Jason Salaz Sep 16 '11 at 3:02
I was wondering how others had been doing it. Thanks! ;-) – l'L'l Sep 16 '11 at 3:11
Sorry, but you can't just take any Mac command, change every ⌘ to ^, and guess that that is probably how it works on Windows. Such speculative answers are not useful. – 75th Trombone Sep 17 '11 at 23:41

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