By Richard Hay for Windows Observer
Earlier today I was participating in a Windows 7 Tech Chat on Twitter (#Win7Tech hashtag) which is held most Tuesdays from 3 to 4 PM Eastern time. Each chat covers a specific subject area and today’s chat was about using that new PC which folks received for Christmas.
At one point I commented about one of my favorite Windows 7 utilities the Snipping Tool and one user responded back with this comment:
Although there is no assigned hot key to invoke the Snipping Tool by default there is a way to create a shortcut key which uses one of the features of the Windows 7 Taskbar.
This post is excerpted with permission from Windows Observer.
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