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Capture Screen Shots by the Snipping Tool in Windows Vista
After you capture a snip, it's automatically copied to the mark-up window, where you can annotate, save, or share the snip.
It can capture all or a portion of the screen and save the image format. Png,. Gif,. Jpg or. Mht.
Here's how it works:
Run the tool Capture:
Then the main window appears :
The various possible types of capture:
Click the arrow next to the New button, select a snip type from the menu, and then use your mouse or tablet pen to capture a snip.
Simply use a mouse or tablet pen to capture any of the following types of snips:
To annotate a snip
To save a snip
To share a snip
Note When Snipping Tool is open, a white overlay appears on your screen until you capture a snip. To turn off the overlay, open Snipping Tool, and then click Options. In the Snipping Tool Options dialog box, clear the Show screen overlay when Snipping Tool is active check box, and then click OK.
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