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How To Save A Screenshot On Mac As JPG

How To Save A Screenshot On Mac As JPG
How To Save A Screenshot On Mac As JPG

You’ve probably seen screenshots before but have never saved them. In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to take a screenshot on macOS Mojave and save it as a JPEG file.

You can use the keyboard shortcut Command + Shift + 3 to capture a screen shot in Mac OS X. To save the image, choose File > Save As… and select JPEG from the Format dropdown menu.

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Take a Screen Shot with Command + Shift + 3

If you’re using an older version of Mac OS X, you might need to hold down the Control key while pressing the Option key to access the File menu.

Select “Save Image” from File Menu

Once you’ve taken a screenshot, you can use any image editor to edit it. We recommend Pixelmator because it’s free and has lots of features.

Choose “JPEG” from the Format dropdown menu

Open up Pixelmator and choose File > Export Image… From the export options, select JPEG format. Then click OK.

Name the image and click Save

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Now you can share the image with anyone by emailing it directly from the Finder.
Now you’re ready to share your screenshot with others! If you’d like to use the image in another project, you can do so by copying the URL below into any web browser.