Win7 system comes with screenshot tool shortcuts

I believe many people know that the Win7 system itself comes with a screenshot tool, but due to the inconvenience of use, many people have given up this powerful screenshot tool. Now Xiaobian wants to tell you a way to set up the shortcut keys for Win7's own screenshot software. I hope that everyone will like the screenshot tool that comes with this Win7 system. Let's take a look at the Win7 screenshot tool shortcut key setting tutorial!
1 Click the "Start" icon in the lower left corner, click "All Programs", as shown in the figure

2 appears in the system Name of all installed programs, find “Attachments --&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&& --“Desktop shortcuts”, as shown in the figure

4 Find the icon of the screenshot tool on the desktop, right click on it, select “property", as shown

5 appears in the "Screenshot Tool Properties" dialog box, click on the "Shortcuts" above, click on the location of the shortcut, the screen will appear as shown: "Ctrl+Alt+”, you can Add any letter or number key followed by, for example: "Ctrl+Alt+A", click Apply and Save.

6 While holding down the shortcut you set, the screenshot tool will pop up, as shown:

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