This video demonstrates how to add screenshots into a PowerPoint presentation, without the need for third-party software.
- Hi, I'm Garrick Chow and welcome…to PowerPoint tips weekly.…One of the more convenient features of PowerPoint…is its built-in ability to take screenshots…and insert them into your slides essentially…with just two clicks.…Even though you can take screenshots…through Windows or a third party app,…that usually involves multiple steps,…requiring you to take the screenshot,…switch to PowerPoint,…click the image insert button,…and browse to the screenshot on your computer.…It's much faster and efficient to just do it all…on PowerPoint.…A screenshot can be a capture…of an entire application window,…or a clipping or cropped version of your screen.…
Let's take a look at both types.…First make sure the window you want…to take a shot of is open.…So I'll just minimize PowerPoint for a moment here,…and you can see that I have a couple…of different applications open.…I have this Windows Explorer window open,…here's an Excel file,…and I also have a couple of windows open here in Firefox.…So back in PowerPoint...…I'm going to go to the insert ribbon…
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