iPad 101: How to Take a Screenshot on iPad
In case you want to teach your Grandparents or parents regarding the working of the iPad, screenshots really come in handy. You can just take a bunch of screenshots and message them as a guide. So, to help you out we have prepared a complete guide on taking screenshots on iPad in three different ways. So, just follow the given below guide. How to take a screenshot on an iPad using the Top and Home or Volume Up buttons? Step 1: Find the “Home” and the “Top” button on the iPad. The “Home” button is just below the iPad’s display, and the “Top” button is near the right corner of your iPad (You’ll feel an oval button there). Note: For some iPad models there are no “Home” buttons. So, in such a case you gotta use the “Volume Up” button. Step 2: To take any screenshot on the iPad, you are required to get the scene on the Display, then click the “Top” button first, and then click, the “Home” button while pressing the “Top” button. And release them together. Note: In case you don’t have the” Home” button, use the “Volume Up” button. Step 3: You’ll know that the screenshot has been taken, by your iPad flashing and making a shutter sound if the iPad is not silent. Note: The screenshot will be automatically saved to the Camera roll, in the Photos app. Bonus Video: 3 Ways to Take Screenshot on iPad Pro (How to) How to take a screenshot on an iPad using AssistiveTouch? Step 1: First of all make sure that the “Assistive Touch” is on. In case it is not, ON”, just follow the given below sequence: Settings > General > Accessibility > AssistiveTouch. (For iPadOS 14, the sequence is Settings > Accessibility > Touch > AssistiveTouch.) And toggle on the switch for the “Assistive Touch”. Step 2: Next, to capture the screenshot using the “Assistive Touch”, click on the “AssistiveTouch menu” button. Step 3: Then, Go to Device > More. Step 4: Tap, “Screenshot”. Note: Your iPad will automatically take the screenshot, and flashlight and make a shutter noise. The screenshot will be automatically saved in the camera roll in the Photos app. And you can access the screenshot by opening the Photos app. How to take a screenshot with an Apple Pencil? Step 1: Swipe the “Stylus” from either side of the iPad to the center. Step 2: The “Screenshot Editing Tools” will appear on the screen. Step 3: Then, just follow the prompts to take the screenshot without dropping your Pencil. How to share a screenshot? Step 1: Open up the image on the iPad display, and tap the “share” button near the image. Step 2: The option, via which you can share the image will open up on your screen. Step 3: Select one of the options and share the screenshot via that option.