You can use the Snipping Tool in Windows to screenshot a part (or all) of your screen.
-First, go to your Start button and search for ‘Snipping Tool’.
An icon for the tool will appear at the top of the Start Menu for you to click on.
- When you first open the Snipping Tool, it will be in screenshot mode. Hit the ‘Esc’ key on
your keyboard to cancel this or hit the ‘Cancel’ button within the tool:
- To take a screenshot at any point, hit the ‘New’ button. If you hit the small arrow next to
the ‘New’ icon, you will see a number of options for your screenshot, including
freeform, shape, and full-screen shots.
- If you simply hit ‘New’ the default will be set as a Rectangular Snip. Your screen will gray
out, and you will be able to click and drag a box around the area you wish to screenshot.
As soon as you let go of your mouse button, your screen will return to normal and your
screenshot will appear. From here, you can highlight, annotate and save your image.