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Thread: Take quick screen-shots in Vista

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    Default Take quick screen-shots in Vista

    Vista has a handy utility - Snip that is a flexible app to take screen shots. But, this feature is not enabled by default always.

    Snip is a feature under Tablet PC Optional Components. So one needs to enable this.

    This can be done by:

    Start -> Run -> optionalfeatures.exe

    In the window: scroll down, you will see Tablet PC Optional Components. Check the box -> OK.



    Alternately:

    Control Panel -> Programs -> Un-install a Program -> on the left you will see 'Turn Windows Features On or Off'

    Click on it, scroll down, you will see Tablet PC Optional Components. Check the box -> OK

    Also, you start the application and put it in Standby mode. To auto-initiate the app for taking screen-shots:

    CTRL + PRINT SCREEN

    Forgot to mention, once Tablet PC Optional Components are enabled you can find Snip under -Start Menu -> All Programs -> Accessories.
    Last edited by iMav; 5th August 2008 at 18:08.

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    Yeah, Snip sure is one handy tool Vista introduced,

    BT there is also a Snip IT addon for IE, from Microsoft, which lets you send text selected in Internet Explorer as e-mail. JFYI.

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