Windows 10 Screenshot Shortcuts

Jump to: Traditional Screenshots with Print Screen Function, Screenshots with Snipping Tool, Screenshots with Snip & Sketch

Print Screen

Take screenshot of all screens to clipboard

Win+Print Screen

Take screenshot of all screens and save to Pictures > Screenshots

Alt+Print Screen

Take screenshot of active window to clipboard

The legacy Windows snipping tool has been around since the days of Windows Vista. It is replaced slowly by Snip & Sketch (see below). Use Skip & Sketch if possible.

Win, then type 'snipping tool'

Start legacy snipping tool. There is no keyboard shortcut. Use Snip & Sketch instead

Alt+M, then arrow keys

Chose between Rectangle Snip, Freeform Snip, Window Snip, or Fullscreen Snip

Ctrl+S

Save screenshot as

Alt+N

Take a new screenshot with the same mode used previously

Win+Shift+S

Start Snip and Sketch Tool

Tab/Shift+Tab, then Enter

Chose between Rectangle Snip, Freeform Snip, Window Snip, or Fullscreen Snip

Press and hold mouse button, select areas, release

Select area for Rectancle or Freeform Snip

Hover and click on desired window

Select window for Window Snip

Win+A

Open Windows Notification Area to access screenshot

Ctrl+N

Create New screenshot once in App

+/-

Zoom in/ zoom out

Ctrl+S

Save screenshot as

Ctrl+P

Print screenshot

Alt+B

Select Ballpoint pen annotation tool

Alt+E

Select Eraser annotation tool

Alt+I

Select Pencil annotation tool

Alt+H

Select Highlighter annotation tool

Alt+A

Share snip

Alt+R

Crop tool

Created by max on 11/29/2020. Last updated by max on 11/29/2020

 

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