In this video tutorial I will show you how to use the Windows 10 snipping tool. The snipping tool is super useful if you simply want to screen capture your computer screen, a specific part of an image, document or web page. You can then make comments or highlight parts of the image for reference. You can quickly send the imageusing popular email applications with a few simple mouse clicks.
In this video tutorial I will show you some useful Windows 10 Tip & Tricks Tutorial. These tip will help you work for effeciently when using Window 10 in desktop mode. Speed up your workflow by simply watching the video above!
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How to convert Mac pages document to Microsoft Word document
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