This information pertains to LabQuest 2 and LabQuest 3.

The original LabQuest does not support this functionality.

A screen shot can be used by students when creating a lab report or by instructors who want to write their own experiments. If you want to capture a screen shot of a LabQuest 2 or LabQuest 3 screen, there are several options.

The easiest option is to use “Print to File” to save a screenshot to a SD card (LabQuest 2 only) or USB flash drive. Connect a flash drive or SD card to your LabQuest, then choose Print > Screen from the File menu of LabQuest App. If your LabQuest has a printer setup, tap the dropdown and choose the Print to File option. Tap Print to save the screenshot. For more information, see
What is the Print to File feature in LabQuest App?

A second option is to email the screenshot using the email capability of a LabQuest 2. You will need an internet connection and email set up on LabQuest 2. Choose Email from the File menu of LabQuest app, then choose Screenshot. For information about how to set up email, see
How do I set up LabQuest 2 to email data with a Gmail account?

A third option is to use LabQuest Viewer software. This computer program or iPad app lets you mirror the LabQuest screen and is usually used for projecting the display to a classroom. Use the LabQuest Viewer Share feature to capture a screenshot.

For details about the LabQuest Viewer for computers, see
LabQuest Viewer® (LQ-VIEW)

For details about LabQuest Viewer for iPad app, see

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