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Hi,



first: sorry for my bad english!

I have updated Win10 and now a new App is installed. I donít know the name in english, maybe screenclip-app? In german "Ausschneiden und skizzieren". The problem is, that that App uses Win+Shift+s to make a screenshot. The same hotkey as Onenote uses. But I want to use the Onenote-function and not the new Win10-App.

Has anyone an idea, how I can reach this?

I have the idea to write an Autohotkey-Script which launches
"C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Office\Office16\ONENOTEM.EXE"
followed by a command line switch, which starts the Onenote-Screenshot-Tool. But I canít find a documentation of that switches. I only found
Command-line switches in Microsoft Office OneNote 2007 - Office Support
but this is for Onenote 2007 and no switch for screenshots is listed.

Can anyone help me please?

Thank you!
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I donít know the name in english, maybe screenclip-app? In german "Ausschneiden und skizzieren".
That translates as 'Cut out and Sketch'.

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that App uses Win+Shift+s to make a screenshot. The same hotkey as Onenote uses
This page says WinKey+S does the screenshot, maybe that'll solve your problem.
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Hi Lugh,

yes, in OneNote 2010 Win+s does the Screenshot, but at work I have to use Office 2016. There Win+Shift+s does the Screenshot. That is the problem!

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