I was doing Windows 10 and Office 2016 training earlier this week and was asked about setting up a keyboard shortcut for starting the Snipping Tool.
To set up a keyboard shortcut for the Snipping Tool, search for the Snipping Tool, then right-click, click More, click Open File Location. The Windows Accessories box will open. Click the Shortcut Tools Manage tab. Right-click on the Snipping Tool, then click Properties. The Properties dialog box will open.
Type you required keyboard shortcut in the Shortcut key box, then click OK.
You can then use your chosen shortcut keys to open the Snipping Tool.
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