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Are you having trouble connecting to or sharing with a social site? Sometimes, when you have a pop-up blocker enabled in your browser to combat unwanted pop-ups, that same blocker can interfere with legitimate functions of some web applications, like Fancorps. The following links to each browsers help documents will show you how to disable pop ups.


Everything you need to know about pop-up blockers in Firefox. In Firefox, you can add specific websites to the list of allowed sites.

Internet Explorer:

FAQ from Microsoft on pop-ups in Internet Explorer. Click on "How do I turn Pop-up Blocker on and off" to expand their help information.


Safari's pop-up blocker is integrated into the browser, much like the pop-up blocker for Internet Explorer. This is Apple's getting to know Safari page. Scroll down to "Block pop-up windows" to learn how to toggle pop-ups on and off.


Our article on How to turn off the popup blocker in Chrome.

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Please Note: Only the following image formats are viewable on the web/internet: JPG, JPEG, GIF, and PNG. Therefore, if you upload any other kind of image it will not be acceptable or viewable by your team leader.

ON A PC (Windows XP or 2000)

Pressing the Print Screen key captures a screenshot of the entire desktop area, and places it in the clipboard. Pressing the combination of Alt-Print Screen captures only the current active window. By default, Windows does not save the screenshot to an image file; the user is required to paste the image into a separate imaging program (such as Microsoft Paint which is built-in) for saving.

Keep the window open showing the banner you have posted and press Alt + Print Scrn (button on your keyboard found near the function keys) to capture the active window.

(1) Select Start > Programs > Accessories > Paint. The Paint application opens. (or use your preferred Graphics Program like Adobe Photoshop, Corel Draw etc.)
(2) Press Ctrl + V to paste the screenshot into Paint. If you receive a message that says: "The image in the clipboard is larger than the bitmap. Would you like the bitmap enlarged?", click Yes.
(3) Select File > Save As. The Save As dialog opens.
(4) In the Save in field, select a location to save the file, such as your Desktop.
(5) In the File name field, type in a name for the file.
(6) In the Save as type field, select .gif or .jpg.
(7) Click Save.

ON A PC (Windows Vista)
On Vista you can Use Snipping Tool . Please follow the instructions in the previous link to utilize the Windows Vista Snipping Too


If you’ve got a Windows 8 computer with a keyboard, taking a screen shot of modern Windows 8 apps is easy; you can just press the Windows and Print Screen keys together, much like you would if you were in the Desktop.

But if you are using a tablet device running Windows 8 or Windows 8.1, and you don’t have a keyboard, taking a screen shot while you are in the Modern UI (aka Metro interface) requires a little more effort than that. Mainly, you need to press a two-key combination, much like you do on an Android device (which requires you to press the power and Home buttons).

On a Windows 8 tablet, such as the Microsoft Surface, ASUS Transformer Book T100 and others, you have to press the physical Windows Home button along with the volume down button. Depending on your tablet, sometimes the Windows Home button can be along the front of the device, at the top, or on the side.

Pressing Command-Shift-3 takes a screenshot of the entire screen, and Command-Shift-4 takes a screenshot of a chosen area of the screen or if you press Space afterwards you can choose a window on the screen to individually screenshot. These images are saved to the desktop, but if you hold down the control key with the rest of the keyboard shortcut, the pictures are copied to the clipboard instead. These shortcuts also work in Mac OS Classic


Simply press the home and power/standby buttons simultaneously for about one second. The image will appear in your camera roll in the Photos app. 

Or you can download a screen grab widget and install it on your dashboard and use it for capturing screen grabs. Screen grabs will be saved as a .jpg file on your desktop.

For more information please visit the Wikipedia page here or check out this detailed Blog.