Sometimes our legal support may ask you to send us a one-page printscreen on your site or store that has a problem, especially when you are aiming to file a lawsuit.
The Code of Civil Procedure even provides for this type of evidence, which must follow the following rules:
Art. 439. The use of electronic documents in the conventional process will depend on their conversion to print and verification of their authenticity, as provided by law.
Article 440. The judge shall appraise the probative value of the unconverted electronic document, ensuring access to its contents to the parties.
Art. 441. Electronic documents produced and stored in compliance with specific legislation shall be accepted.
It is important to point out, initially, that there is no doubt that electronic documents have always been valid and lawful evidence in Brazilian civil proceedings, even without express provision in the 1973 Code (repealed).So, let's teach how to get screen shots to use in court evidence is very simple, just press the "Print Screen" key. This will copy the entire screen image to Windows internal memory.
After that, just copy and paste the image into the program of your choice: Word, Paint brush, Irfanview, Photoshop, Fireworks, Printshop, etc.
Thus pictures of e-mails, websites, or Power Point presentations can be captured.
Follow the instructions below:
1. At the screen you want to capture, press the "Print Screen" key on your keyboard.
Note: To capture only the "active window", ie the program with the window open in the foreground on the desktop screen, simultaneously press the "Alt and Print Screen" keys. This way, the other open windows will not appear, only this one will be captured.
2. Open a file in Word or some other program of your choice (Paint brush, Irfanview, Photoshop, etc.).
3. Press the CTRL V keys at the same time or select from the Edit> Paste menu. What is on the monitor screen goes to the Word document as a picture.
4. Save the file with the name you want.
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