Adding a Screenshot to a slide in PowerPoint 2010: Adding a Screenshot to a slide in PowerPoint 2010 A screenshot in PowerPoint 2010 is a digital image of an opened window on the computer screen. It’s also called screen capture. You can insert screenshots to your slides while explaining a subject. It’s a new feature to PowerPoint 2010.
PowerPoint Presentation: Click on the Insert tab of the ribbon Click the Screenshot button You’ll see thumbnails the windows you’ve currently opened on your computer Hover the mouse pointer over the thumbnails and click on the thumbnail you want to insert as a screenshot on the slide A screenshot of the selected window will automatically appear on the active slide in PowerPoint file How to insert a Screenshot?
PowerPoint Presentation: Your screenshot on a slide appears like the image shown below (the example below shows a screenshot of a webpage inserted on a PowerPoint 2010 slide)-
PowerPoint Presentation: Adds clarity to the message you wish to explain The format of the content captured as a screenshot remains intact Screenshots remain intact even if changes are made to the content you’ve captured The features saves your time and effort in creating an image and then inserting it onto the slide Benefits of using Screenshot