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    Create a Screenshot?

    How do I create a screenshot of a selected area of an excel worksheet. in order to send it through e mail? Then, having done that, do I send it as an attachment, or can I "paste" it into the e mail message?

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    Quote Originally Posted by michaelas
    How do I create a screenshot of a selected area of an excel worksheet. in order to send it through e mail? Then, having done that, do I send it as an attachment, or can I "paste" it into the e mail message?

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    I have selected a range in excel and copied then pasted it right into into the message box, this was in hotmail, same formats showed on the screen as were in xl

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    Quote Originally Posted by michaelas
    How do I create a screenshot of a selected area of an excel worksheet. in order to send it through e mail? Then, having done that, do I send it as an attachment, or can I "paste" it into the e mail message?

    Thanks
    Hi michael,

    Another way.

    Use the "Camera" tool in Excel to get a pic of the range you want.

    With the picture active, hold down "Shift" and click on "Edit"

    Click on "Copy Picture", as a BitMap or Pic

    Then just paste it into your email.

    It keeps the format, gridlines etc

    There are also some free 3rd party programs that do this very well.
    Thx
    Dave
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    Ctrl + PrintScreen also works, then open up MS Paint and paste it in.

    Sloman

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lmsloman
    Ctrl + PrintScreen also works, then open up MS Paint and paste it in.

    Sloman
    Hi,

    Adding to Lmsloman,

    Alt + PrintScreen if you just want the Active Window..

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