Tuesday Tip: Custom Screen shots with Shift+Windows Key+S

You may be familiar with the snip tool with a rectangle capture for screen shots. When using Shift+Windows Key+S an option at the top of the screen appears. You now have the option for a rectangle snip, freeform snip, window snip, or full screen snip. Get the most out of your snips by only selecting the data you need!


Patrick Tallon Headshot

Patrick Tallon:Patrick is a Desktop Engineer with Network 1, where he helps break down complex tech issues to provide clients with manageable paths to technological success using common language. His background includes experience as a client manager at Network 1 and positions in system administration with previous employers.

Network 1 designs, builds and supports the IT you need to run your business more securely, productively and successfully. Whether you want to outsource all of your IT needs to a reliable, responsive, service-oriented company, or need to supplement the work of your internal IT staff, we will carefully evaluate where you are now, discuss where you want to go and implement and support a plan to get you there with as little interruption as possible.

Leave a Comment

Related Posts