What’s new in Outlook 2010: Super-Easy Screen Shots of any screen in any application

By: standss , Jun 7th, 2010

Outlook 2010 has a new feature that makes it really easy to send screen shots (pictures of any screen) to someone else via email. This is really handy if you need to send someone a picture of your screen because of technical problems etc.

  1. Create a new email.
  2. Click on the message body part of the email (otherwise the options for inserting the screenshot will be disabled).
  3. Click Insert and then Screenshot on the ribbon (Screen shot is one of your choices in the illustrations group… it may be displayed simply as an icon depending on the size of your email window).
  4. Outlook will display a list of Windows that you can pick from or you can click on Screen Clipping (at the bottom of the list) to copy any part of the screen.

The screenshot will be inserted automatically into the email that you are working on.

What are other features in Outlook 2010 that you like. Let us know by leaving a comment on the blog.

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