In many cases in this forum and elsewhere, you are asked to submit screenshots of command prompt commands and their printed results.
Sometimes though, you might need the text result to be editable, rather than a jpeg image. Many users are not familiar with the QuickEdit mode of Command Prompt, or the result is too big (e.g. a /help result), so you cannot easily copy the text from the cmd window.
A tool introduced from Vista, Clip.exe, also available in Windows 7, can make your life easier on this.
So when you are asked to post a screenshot of e.g. bcdedit command, instead of the screenshot you can post the actual cmd text results.
To do so, just type the command in command prompt followed by | clip (|=pipe)
bcdedit | clip
Now your clipboard contains the bcdedit command's results.You can just paste it anywhere.
Other useful examples (for debuggin purposes):
powercfg /query | clip
ipconfig | clip
dir c:\windows\system32 | clip