Using screen clipping to create user references


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Using screen clipping to create user references

Kim has just received an e-mail with some sample designs for the Hansel & Petal website. Kyle created and saved the samples using Photoshop, but two of her coworkers won't be able to open the files. Let me show you how Kim can use Microsoft Word 2010's Screen Clipping tool to create a document her colleagues can review while she is out of the office. We will start with an empty Microsoft Word document, and then we will open the first of the Photoshop files that we want to include. Now, with a Photoshop document open, we will return to Microsoft Word.

Click Insert on the Ribbon, click the dropdown for Screenshot. There are two Available Windows. This would simply copy the entire window and paste it, but we are going to choose Screen Clipping, so we can be a little more discerning about our selection. Notice that the background of our Photoshop document goes translucent, and we can take the crosshairs, and while holding down the mouse button, drag to select the area that we woul...

Using screen clipping to create user references
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Using screen clipping to create user references provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Gini Courter as part of the Word 2010: Real-World Projects

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