Illustrating with screenshots: Capturing screenshots from your computer


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Illustrating with screenshots: Capturing screenshots from your computer

Many Office users who need to capture part of a screen to use as an illustration in Word buy a separate application, like SnagIt or FullShot, to capture images from the computer screen. Screen Capture, also known as Screen Clipping, is available here in Microsoft Word without purchasing a separate application. There are four main reasons that we might use screen clipping: to create user documentation, to capture something that's going on,= on our computer so we can send it to our helpdesk, to share files, or to collect data.

You can insert a screenshot of a whole window or a screen clipping of part of a window. We're going to create a screen clipping to support this document we're creating that's about saving in our SharePoint libraries. So what we're going to do is actually go out to our SharePoint site and take a picture of the libraries, so we can show people how they'll get there. To create a screen clipping, the first thing you want to do is know that you have...

Illustrating with screenshots: Capturing screenshots from your computer
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Illustrating with screenshots: Capturing screenshots from your computer provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Gini Courter as part of the Word 2010 Essential Training

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Business Education + Elearning
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Word
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