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23 Snip & Sketch Keyboard Shortcuts

for Windows

Snip & Sketch Shortcuts is a screen capture and annotation tool that is built into Windows 10. It allows you to capture screenshots of your desktop or specific areas of your screen, and then edit and annotate the screenshots using a variety of tools.

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Learn Snip & Sketch Shortcut keys for Windows

Most used Snip Sketch Shortcuts

Action Snip Sketch Shortcut keys
Choose a snipping mode Alt + M
Create a new snip Alt + N
Move the cursor to select from different types of snips Shift + Arrow keys
Delay capture by 1 – 5 seconds Alt + D
Crop snip Alt + R
Select pen tool Alt + I
Select pen color Alt + I then Alt + I
Highlighter Alt + H
Select highlighter color Alt + H then Alt + H
Eraser Alt + E
Open the drop-down menu with ‘Select all ink’ Alt + E then Alt + E
Type by touching Alt + T
Zoom Alt + Z
Copy the snip to the clipboard Ctrl + C
Save the snip Ctrl + S
Share Alt + A
Open the ‘…’ menu Alt + M
Open file Ctrl + O
Print Ctrl + P
Undo Ctrl + Z
Redo Ctrl + Y
Exit Alt + F4
Take a screenshot of the selected area Win + Shift + S

FAQs

How do I access Snip & Sketch?

You can access Snip & Sketch by pressing the Windows key + Shift + S, or by searching for it in the Start menu.

How do I take a screenshot using Snip & Sketch?

To take a screenshot using Snip & Sketch, open the app and click the New button. Then, select the area of the screen that you want to capture. Your screenshot will be saved to the clipboard, and you can paste it into another app or document.

Can I edit and annotate my screenshots with Snip & Sketch?

Yes, Snip & Sketch allows you to edit and annotate your screenshots using a variety of tools, such as a pen, highlighter, and text tool. You can also crop, resize, and rotate your screenshots.

Can I save my screenshots to a file with Snip & Sketch?

Yes, you can save your screenshots to a file by clicking the Save button in Snip & Sketch. You can choose to save your screenshot as a PNG, JPEG, or GIF file.

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