For a while I have tried to figure how to "snapshot" something within a page I am viewing so that I can re-post only that image, while having been using windows 7 for about 2 years I've not actually used all of it's features/programs, the other day I realized what the snipping tool was for just that, ( snip parts of a page and save it), for those of you who didn't know it is the same as the snapshot, Crop the image/wording and send it to a file,
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snippet is as handy as a shirt pocket in forums. You can also copy a photo that's protected from copying if right click, save as.. Doesn't work. -kid
I don't use MS Windows..... at least not anymore.
Some graphics programs will also allow you to capture a screen shot.
With GIMP, for example, I just do File - Create - Screenshot & snap away.
Some systems will also take a screen shot, or bring up a screen shot dialog if you hit the print-screen button on your keyboard (perhaps shift, control, or alt and print screen).
Another good graphics program is XnView. You can use it to take screen snapshots, resize image files, view images, edit graphic and video files. It is also free.