How to Use Snipping Tool (Beginners Guide)

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How to use the built-in screenshot tool for Windows 7, 8.1, and 10. People keep asking me how to capture a smaller portion of their screen to copy text, an image or anything else they need saved. You could use the screenshot feature in many of the popular browsers, which have their limits or you could install 3rd party software. If you run the Windows operating system, they have a built-in screenshot program, called the Snipping Tool, which has most of the features most people would ever need. This beginners guide will show you how to use the Snipping Tool and go over the key features.

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0:35 System Requirements
0:55 How to Open
1:20 Modes
1:57 Demonstration
4:05 Create a Keyboard Shortcut

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45 thoughts on “How to Use Snipping Tool (Beginners Guide)

  1. If you require more screen capture features than what is included with the Snipping Tool, Greenshot and Lightshot are both great 3rd party alternatives that I have recommended in the past. Thanks for watching 🙂

  2. I will have to watch this a few times more before I get what the snipping tool is! Too much tech speak for me! I am guessing that I could choose how much of a page I want in a screenshot?

  3. how do I make the screenshot fill the snipping tool screen?
    like get rid of the white spaces and flush to top left corner

  4. i use the shortcut for the snipping tool and i snip some of the screen, then it just disappears, where does it go??

  5. dude the search place where i should write snipping tool doesnt exist on my computer do u have any alternative

  6. I like this tool, but I need to be able to highlight an area on the image I snip, and then be able to make readable notations, sometimes with arrows. I can use the drawing tool to do this somewhat, but it looks like a child's crayon. Any ideas?

  7. Thank you sooo much for creating this easy to comprehend cool tool!! Glad I found TechGumbo!! Now a subscriber!! Thanks again for great content and excellent presentation method!!

  8. Thanks for this. I have used the tool for ages but can`t for the life of me get the delay option to work for capturing a pop-out menu … as soon as I click to open the pop-out the Snipping Tool has captured the screen or window! Wish you had covered the delay option

  9. I finally made time to follow this tutorial. Very well done. It's an excellent tool. Thanks, TechGumbo guy!

  10. I personally use this version: it still hasnt been released by Microsoft Officially yet, I think this is a beta version but much better than the default snip tool.

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