Where is the print screen key in Mac OS?

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I just switched from PC to Mac (on a shiny new Macbook Pro Retina display with flash storage :D). The first day was rough (I was ready to return the Mac and stay with PC), but after my Mac friends showed me some tips and tricks, I can say I’m more than hooked now.

I’m still learning my way around (it took me a while to figure out how to copy and paste (use the command key instead of Ctrl in Windows). Now I’m stuck figuring out how to print a screen (I simply used the “print screen” (PrtScn) key in Windows). Web rockers?

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