Inserting Screenshots

Created: Tuesday, January 20, 2015, posted by at 12:40 pm

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Since many people use PowerPoint for training programs, you will find many slides containing screenshots of various computer program interfaces. Typically screenshots are captured outside PowerPoint using a screen capturing tool and then inserted within PowerPoint slide. The Screenshot option in PowerPoint has made this task even easier as you can easily take and insert a screenshot on your slide without leaving PowerPoint. Refer to following tutorials for more details, based on your PowerPoint version:

Microsoft Windows

Inserting Screenshots in PowerPoint 2013

Inserting Screenshots in PowerPoint 2010


PowerPoint 2011 for Mac has no corresponding option to capture and insert screenshots.

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