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Insert a Screen Clipping
Insert a Screen Clipping
You can use OneNote’s Screen Clipping tool to capture parts of anything you can view on-screen —
including documents and web pages — and paste them into OneNote. For example, you might
clip an image of a web page devoted to a car you are interested in buying, or a price sheet for a
service you are considering using. You can move a screen clipping the same way you move a note.
For more information, refer to the tip “How do I move a note?” in the section “Type and Draw
Notes,” earlier in this chapter. This section demonstrates clipping from a web page.
Insert a Screen Clipping
1 Open the document or page that
contains the item you want to clip.
This example clips a part of a
web page.
2 On the Windows taskbar, click the
OneNote Clipping Tool button.
3 Click Screen Clipping .
The screen dims and
changes to
.
4 Click and drag from the top-left corner
to the bottom-right corner of the area
you want to clip.
Note: The part of the screen you select no
longer appears dimmed.
5 In the Select Location in OneNote
dialog box, click a location for the
clipping.
6 Click Send to Selected Location .
A The clipping appears in OneNote.
B The clipping includes the date
and time you created it.
Note: You can move a screen clipping the
same way you move a note. For more
information, refer to the tip “How do I
move a note?” in the section “Type and
Draw Notes.”
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