Put a Screenshot in a Word 2010 document

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Hey if you have upgraded to Office 2010, sales you might have noticed an unreal new feature which allows you to very quickly paste a screenshot into your Word 2010 documents, find Excel 2010 workbooks, site or PowerPoint 2010 decks!

Here is how!

  1. Open up your Word 2010 document
  2. Click on the “Insert tab” in the Word 2010 ribbon
  3. Look for the “Illustrations” group
  4. Click on “Screenshot”

Once you click on “Screenshot, you have two options.  The first is to simply paste in the screenshots that Word 2010 has already taken for you!  For example, if you have four different applications open, Word has figured out that you might want a screenshot of one of those applications – and simply lets you pick which one you want to use (very smart!).  All you have to do is click on the screenshot you want to use!

The second is to take a screen clipping – which allows you very fine control over which part of your screen you want to take a screen shot of.  Simply click on “Screen Clipping” and then drag your mouse to select your screenshot.

Either way, getting screenshots into Word, Excel, and PowerPoint 2010 just became a whole lot easier!

‘till next time!

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