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New Screen Capture Tool In Office 2010

The Office 2010 applications boast a number of new features and capabilities. Some of the new features provided in Office 2010 will affect all the Office suite members or a subset of the Office member applications. Many other changes and improvements will be application specific.

The Office Backstage is available in all the Office applications and provides you with a number of tools for managing and working with your Office files, including sharing and printing files. A new feature that is specific to Excel is the inclusion of sparklines. Sparklines are mini-charts that appear inline with worksheet data and enable you to visually summarize the data.

One of the most widely used addition to the office 2010 is the New Screen Capture Tool. A Screenshot command has been added to the Ribbon’s Insert tab in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook.

New Screen Capture Tool Capture application screens using the Screenshot command.

This new tool makes it easy to include visual information in a document, worksheet, presentation, or email by enabling you to include a capture of another application’s screen. Figure above shows the Screenshot gallery, which is opened when you select the Screenshot command on the Ribbon’s Insert tab.

Reference: Microsoft Office 2010 In Depth By Joe Habraken

ISBN-10: 9780789743091 | ISBN-13: 978-0789743091 | ASIN: 0789743094

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