Windows 10: Snipping Tool mysteries
Snipping Tool mysteries
Can not find where the default save is in Snipping tool ?...and there is no response when I try to use save as or save to a different default location...also can not find any option to save as jpg - png etc
Clicking save does nothing...the only time I have an options is if I close the session then it asked me whether I want to save the clip...no choice as to what extension or what location to save to...
Snipping tool works...but have no idea what it is saving (format) or where it's saving to ?
There is no response to save as or save to options...it just is saving the snippets when I close the app somewhere
Is there a way to 'activate' the options so I can save as picture.?? or save to options ?
Do you have the following ? .............................
Top left > click File > Save As.
Mine saves to the pictures folder
Maybe this SevenForums post restoring the Win 7 Snipping Tool can help
If you have setup OneDrive it will probably be saving it to the Picture Folders there and the default format is .png I'm not sure if you can change that to jpeg or gif. If you have not setup OneDrive I'm pretty sure it will go to your Pictures Folder. If you do end up getting it to save to a location of your choice it will remember that choice until you use something like CCleaner
I should have never downloaded Windows 10!! I am such a computer illiterate or worse! I had a Heck of a time last night just trying to find how to shut down! I use the Snipping Tool quite often but cannot find it. Also is the small window in the...
When using the snipping tool in 10, I have noticed that the completed image is far too large for desktop background, this was not so when i first upgraded to 10, any help welcome, not very technical, so help please.
Is it possible to add the Snipping tool to the Desktop right click menu?
Here's a weird questions. There's the Snipping Tool right? Search "Snipping Tool" and the results says "Snipping Tool - Desktop App" but the tool isn't on the desktop nor in my start menu. So where is this tool hiding at and how many other tools are...
A minor change in 9901 - snipping tool now guesses what you want. Just click on new and you no longer (as in 8) have to specify window or full screen. It will select a window snip from partially obscured window which is pretty cool.