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    Zrinka, you'll get much better screen shots (and a simpler process) if you use the Windows Snipping tool instead of your phone
    Just type SNIP into the windows search/Start menu to find it. Then pin it to your Task Bar

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    Better yet, use Jing (YMMV)


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    Quote Originally Posted by GMcDowellJr View Post
    Better yet, use Jing (YMMV)
    Agreed.
    But the Snipping Tool comes OOTB with Windows.
    Jing is a download/install.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveP View Post
    Agreed.
    But the Snipping Tool comes OOTB with Windows.
    Jing is a download/install.
    takes no time and it's free. AND we don't have to be subjected to the large graphics if we don't care to see them. Especially painful when people reply to with quote and don't delete them...over and over again. Just sayin'

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    I'm not talking about Print Screen.
    I'm talking about the Snipping ToolConcrete and stone wall-snipping-tool.png
    You don't HAVE to be Concrete and stone wall-large-graphics.png

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveP View Post
    I'm not talking about Print Screen.
    I'm talking about the Snipping Tool You don't HAVE to be
    I understand the diff between Print Screen and the Snipping Tool. I don't use the Snipping Tool but as I recall one still has to save the screen capture as a graphics file and paste it into a post here. Yours are small and unobtrusive because you wanted to make a point. Now if you could teach all other graphics posters to be considerate also that would be great. I still think a hyperlink embedded in a part of a posts text using Jing gets the job done and for only those that have an interest.

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    A lot of folks (myself included) wont click on hyperlinks, full stop. More work, more effort, more chance of getting a virus or malware. If its not embedded in the post, i tend to skip over it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Twiceroadsfool View Post
    A lot of folks (myself included) wont click on hyperlinks, full stop. More work, more effort, more chance of getting a virus or malware. If its not embedded in the post, i tend to skip over it.
    hmmm, look at all of the great stuff you're missing I've been clicking on hyperlinks since hyperlinks became a thing and have never worried about it. I trust my virus software take care of all of the AH's that post crap on the Internet. 30 years with a computer and never a virus, not a computer virus anyway
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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveP View Post
    Zrinka, you'll get much better screen shots (and a simpler process) if you use the Windows Snipping tool instead of your phone
    Just type SNIP into the windows search/Start menu to find it. Then pin it to your Task Bar
    Tnx but I find it simpler to use the forum on my smartphone... And use the phone camera instead of taking screenshots then browsing to them, then uploading them ect.

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