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Learn the 3 ways how to take a screenshot on a Mac, the best apps for taking a screenshot, and the secret way businesses can secure any image using our favorite tool (HINT: It’s Soda PDF!).
“Ahhhh, what a lovely day. It’s time to take a screenshot. I’ll just hit PrtScn and be on with my….wait, WHERE IS THE PRINT SCREEN BUTTON?!” – Literally every Windows to Mac transplant in history
3 Ways to Take a Screenshot on Mac
If you’re a Mac user, here are 3 helpful ways to capture a screenshot on your computer.
Recently I was faced with a new challenge. I was asked to create a wireframe for a new section of our website. While there a bunch of great wireframe tools, I try to avoid adding more software to my workflow.
Before we get into it, there are definitely apps that specialize in creating wireframes. However, since I’m comfortable using Soda PDF, I realized most of the functionality I needed was already at my disposal.
I wanted to share my journey through creating a dynamic wireframe in a PDF document.
If you’re like me, finding an easier way to accomplish a goal always feels like a win. I had that moment when I made my first PDF photo collage. Seriously, anyone can open a program like Soda PDF (it IS on my computer) and proceed to make something that looks impressive.
We’ll use a real-life example. Any cat lover will tell you that seeing a whole slew of their babies at once is always a good thing. Even if they took every picture and have already seen them a hundred times.
Someone close to me was having a bad day, and within 20 minutes I had whipped up a PDF photo collage of their adorable pets. Since it’s a PDF, I knew that they could open it on any device, print it, send it to their friends and everyone would see the same formatting, the same personalized experience.