Set up your hotkey

You have a few options for including images in your ScreenSteps documentation - click here if you want to read more about them. But in this guide, I'm just going to show you my favorite way to capture screenshots.

Note: You can also import existing images (e.g. PNG, JPG). Click here to find out more.

Go to ScreenSteps Preferences

Go to ScreenSteps Preferences

Go back to the Desktop app. If you're on a Mac, click ScreenSteps > Preferences. If you're on a Windows machine, click Edit > Preferences.

Set your Screen Capture Hot Key

Set your Screen Capture Hot Key

In the General section of Preferences, set the combination of keyboard keys that need to be pressed to trigger the screen capture. Mine is Shift + Command + 4.

Note: Make sure it's not the same shortcut combination as another app on your computer. If they conflict, it makes things a tad confusing.

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