first one is very simple. press the "print screen/SysRq" on your keyboard. this will copy the screen. then open paint program and press "paste," this will bring the screen into paint and you can save it there. bad thing about this is that you will have to print screen and paste into paint program every time you want to take a screenshot, so its hard to take more than one screenshot per battle.
2nd way is by means of screenshooting program. i use a very convenient one called UOSU, i think its actually freeware (?) and here you can take as many screens as u want and they will be saved in a specified folder. try to locate this program somewhere on the net, or ask around in gs im sure some guys have a copy for you.
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