Inserting a screenshot


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Inserting a screenshot

Office 2010 introduces a new feature that's definitely a power shortcut: inserting a screenshot, or what some call a screen capture. Let's say we need help getting something done in Excel, or we're getting an error. When we e-mail somebody for help, we could try to describe what we see on the screen and retype the error, or we can include a screenshot. Here is Excel with my broken formula and the error that it caused, and here's my e-mail to Greg begging for help. I am going to include a screenshot or two, so he knows exactly what I'm talking about.

With my cursor in the body of the e-mail ready to go, I will click on the Insert tab up above. From there, I will pull down the Screenshot menu, and Outlook automatically shows me all the windows that it detects. When I hover over one, I can see that this one belongs to Microsoft Excel, as does this one, and this is my Outlook window. I will first include the main Excel window by selecting it. The Excel screenshot is automa...

Inserting a screenshot
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Inserting a screenshot provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Diskin as part of the Outlook 2010 Power Shortcuts

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Business
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Outlook
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