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How to Create and Use Shortcuts for the Snipping Tool (Windows 7 )

Once you find yourself using the Snipping Tool to capture images of your computer screen, you may want a quicker and easier way to access the ‘Snipping Tool’. Follow the instructions in this tutorial to Pin to Start Menu, Pin to Taskbar, Create Desktop Shortcut and Create Keyboard Shortcut.
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Open ‘Recent Docuements’ from the ‘File’ Menu (Office 2010)

In older versions of Microsoft Office® you could access recently used documents directly from the "File" menu.  This feature is not automatically turned on in Microsoft Office® 2010.  By changing one setting you can easily access recently used documents from the "File" menu.  This video is specific to Office 2010 only.

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Windows 7 – Open Windows Explorer Full Screen

When navigating to find a file or folder it is usually easier to see more files and folders if Windows Explorer is open full screen.  By taking one extra step, you can ensure that Windows Explorer always opens in full screen.

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Save Multiple e-mails in ‘Documents’ All At Once (Outlook 2010)

It can be a great time saver to save multiple e-mails in your 'Documents' folder at one time.  This will allow you to delete the e-mails from Outlook and free up valuable space.  The less you store in Outlook, the more efficient it runs.

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