In Windows Vista, there’s a utility known as the Snipping tool – for whatever reason the tool is fairly hidden unless you go digging. Type in Snipping at Start and the utility loads up. Snipping is helpful for capturing screens. You can find more on Snipping here . I know there are other tools on the market for screen shots but this one is free and if you end up on different laptops like I frequently do, you can’t always install every utility you like. I found Snipping a few months ago when I was admiring partial screen captures Antony Marcano shared with me using a tablet PC. I’ve been using Snipping frequently the last couple of months.
karennjohnson @AADaysPoland #AAdays2018 thanks for hosting me. Great conference! Not so sure about this photo of me - I look like… https://t.co/GJ7lvGY0z4
karennjohnson Slides from my keynote at #aadays2018 are posted on slideshare: https://t.co/ogd8zVQ1SV & linkedIn: https://t.co/8AkKVCpClG
karennjohnson Sharing my mind map from the automation experts panel. #aadays2018 https://t.co/ZccqEogega