OneNote Keyboard Shortcut for Screen Clipping
One of the things I like most about Microsoft OneNote is the ability to easily create screenshots (screenclips as OneNote calls them). While you can always create a screenshot by using the icon in the system tray, I often prefer to use keyboard shortcuts.
So without further adue, the keyboard shortcut for creating a screen clipping with OneNote is
WIN+S (that’s the Windows Key + S).
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