How to add borders to screenshots with Snipping Tool in Windows 11
Sharing information via screenshots is becoming increasingly popular.
Sharing information via screenshots is becoming increasingly popular. To enhance user experience, Microsoft has long developed a built-in Windows screenshot tool called Snipping Tool.
After many years of development, Snipping Tool is becoming more and more perfect, not only providing the ability to take screenshots quickly and flexibly, but also supporting a series of fine-tuning features to help photos become aesthetically pleasing. and more useful. For example, you can even add a colored border to the captured area, but you need to activate a setting related to this feature first. Let's find it right here.
Add borders to screenshots with Snipping Tool in Windows 11
There are many ways to take screenshots in Windows 11. However, one thing they have in common is that by default, all images will not have a border around them, unless they are configured to have this addition. . Here's how you can change the settings in Windows 11 Snipping Tool to add custom colors and change the thickness of image borders.
Click Start and in the search box, enter the keyword Snipping Tool . Then, click to select the corresponding application from the list of returned results.
On the Snipping Tool interface window , click the 3 horizontal lines button in the upper right corner to open the options menu. Click Settings .
On the Settings page, scroll down to the Add border to each screenshot option in the Snipping section. To add a border to the screenshot, turn the toggle to the " On " position.
If you want to add custom colors and set border thickness around the image, tap the drop-down button next to the Add border to each screenshot option . Choose a custom color for the border. Just touch the color box and select the desired color. Similarly, move the slider right or left to adjust the border thickness of the image.
It's all that simple. Hope you are succesful.
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