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Open Snipping Tool. Select the Start button, enter snipping tool, then select Snipping Tool from the results. Press Windows logo key + Shift + S for a static image snip. Press Print Screen ( PrtSc ) for a static image snip. Press Windows logo key + Shift + R for a video snip.
To use the Snipping Tool with only a mouse: To open the Snipping Tool, select Start, enter snipping tool, then select it from the results. Select New to take a screenshot. Rectangular mode is selected by default. You can change the shape of your snip by choosing one of the following options... The ...
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- Capture a Screenshot in Windows 10 With Print Screen. The easiest way to capture a screenshot in Windows 10 is to press the PrtSc + Windows keyboard combination on your keyboard.
- Capture a Screenshot With Snip & Sketch. An alternative way to capture a screenshot in Windows 10 is to use the Snip & Sketch tool. Snip & Sketch can be accessed through the keyboard shortcut Windows key + Shift + S or by choosing Snip & Sketch from the Start menu.
- Get the Image With the Snipping Tool. Another option you can use in Windows 10 is the Snipping Tool. This tool has been part of Windows since Windows Vista, and while you can no longer find it in the Start menu, you can still access it by using the Windows Search Bar.
- Capture Screenshots (and Video) With the Game Bar. The Windows 10 Game Bar can capture screenshots, record your screen, and even help you with broadcasts.
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- How to open Snipping Tool with a keyboard shortcut. The fastest way to open Snipping Tool is with a keyboard shortcut: Windows + Shift + S. When you press these keys simultaneously in Windows 11, the screen darkens, and you see five icons at the top of the screen, alongside the encouragement to “Draw a shape to create a screen snip.”
- How to use Search for opening Snipping Tool. In Windows 11, a fast way to open Snipping Tool is to click or tap inside the search box on the taskbar or press the Windows key.
- How to open Snipping Tool from the Start Menu. If you’re using Windows 10, click or tap the Windows icon on the taskbar, scroll down the list of apps to the letter W, and open the Windows Accessories folder.
- How to start Snipping Tool from the Run window. Another method for opening Snipping Tool is to use the Run window. Launch Run (Win + R) and type snippingtool or snippingtool.exe in its Open field.
The easiest way to call up Snip & Sketch is with the keyboard shortcut Windows key + Shift + S. You can also find the Snip & Sketch tool listed in the alphabetical list of apps accessed from...