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The Snipping Tool for Windows 10 has had many upgrades that both corrected errors and added new, more powerful functions. Windows 11 has the same Snipping Tool plus a few additional features. This guide goes through the entire configuration and use of the tool, including setting the Print Screen key to automatically launch the Snipping Tool. This is the second in a series of videos about Windows Quick Actions including their configuration and use on both Windows 10 & Windows 11
For complete instructions and a walkthrough
watch the video below
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Here's my picks on my new Amazon store page. I'm recommending these because I have used each and every one. Stay tuned while I update the store with new products that I use in my YouTube videos.
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