|15 Jun 2009||#1|
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Snipping tool can capture the active Start Menu
As small as this sounds.....i've just found a way to get 'Snipping Tool' to capture the Start Menu.
There are many reasons that users would want to use the Snipping Tool, the main reason is to capture small 'Snippets' of the desktop in it's current user state.
If you right-click the 'Snipping Tool' shortcut on the Start Menu and select Open then the Start Menu actually stays active, allowing for capture of any part of the Start Menu.
Hope this is usefull for some people
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