Snipping Tool For Screenshots

Snipping screenshots lets you take screenshots on your device the easy way! Capture full screen, foreground window or a portion of screen in high quality.

Capturing screenshots has become an essential feature in most devices today. However, certain applications or content are protected and cannot be captured using regular screenshot tools. This is where the Snipping Screenshot Tool comes in handy.

With the Snipping Screenshot Tool, you can capture screenshots of full screens, foreground windows, or specific portions of your screen. The captured screenshot is of high quality, ensuring that you get the best possible image. Additionally, this app offers a full-featured editor, allowing you to edit your screenshot as per your needs.

One unique feature of the Snipping Screenshot Tool is its ability to capture secure pages, such as banking apps or protected YouTube content. This is particularly useful for those who need to capture important information from such pages without compromising their security.

You can use this app to copy words or images from any part of your screen, make changes or notes, and then save and share them on any social media platform. The app offers a range of editing tools, including drawing rectangles, using the arrow tool, drawing ellipses, and even rotating the image by 90 degrees.

Step 1:-  Install the Snipping Tool for Screenshots on your system.

Step 2:-  Once installed, follow these instructions to use the app:

  • To capture a portion of the screen, press the F5 key.
  • To capture a foreground window screen, press the F6 key.
  • To capture the current full screen, press the F7 key.
  • To open a new window for snapshot capture, press Ctrl + N.
  • To open a saved file of a snapshot capture, press Ctrl + O.

Make sure to use the correct key combinations for the specific type of screenshot you want to capture or action you want to perform. Additionally, when saving the file, double-check to ensure that the file name and location are correct.

Step 3: The Edit Options:

  • Use the “Cut” option (Ctrl + X) to crop or cut a captured screen.
  • Use the “Copy” option (Ctrl + C) to duplicate a selected portion of the screen.

The Paste Option:

  • Use “Paste” (Ctrl + V) to insert a copied or cut screen.

Screen Selection:

  • Use “Select” (Ctrl + S) to choose a specific area on the captured screen.
  • Use “Select All” (Ctrl + A) to choose the entire captured screen.

These shortcuts provide efficient ways to edit and manipulate your captured screens.

Step 4:-  Drawing Options:

The drawing option enables you to:

  • Draw shapes like rectangles, lines, arrows, and ellipses.
  • Add numbers and reset them as needed.
  • Rotate the image 90 degrees clockwise or counterclockwise.

These features provide flexibility in enhancing and customizing your captured screenshots.