Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Inserting a Picture Screen Shot
Did You Know?
You can change a picture. Select the picture, click the Change Picture
button on the Format tab, select a picture, and then click Insert.
You can add graphic formats. If the graphic format you want to insert
is not in the list, you can use Office Setup’s Add or Remove Features
option to install additional graphic formats.
Inserting a Picture Screen Shot
If you’re working on a training manual, presentation, or document that requires a picture
of your computer screen, then the Screenshot button on the Insert tab just made your life a
lot easier. You use the Screen Clipping tool to drag a selection around the screen area that
you want to capture, and then select the picture from the Screenshot gallery. The Screen-
shot gallery holds multiple screen shots, so you can capture several screens before you
insert them into your document. After you insert the screen shot into a document, you can
use the tools on the Picture Tools tab to edit and improve it.
Insert a Picture Screen Shot
Click the Insert tab.
Click the Screenshot button.
Click Screen Clipping .
Display the screen you want to capture, and then drag the large plus cursor to
select the screen area to capture.
Click the Screenshot button, and then click the thumbnail of the screen shot
you want to insert.
Use the tools on the Picture Tools tab to edit and improve the screen shot.
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