The Snipping Tool is a screenshot tool available on Windows computers, but it is not available on Mac. However, you can use the built-in screenshot tools on a Mac to achieve similar results. Here are the steps to take a screenshot on a Mac:
- Press Command + Shift + 5 on your keyboard. This will open the screenshot toolbar.
- Click on one of the options on the toolbar to select the type of screenshot you want to take. You can take a screenshot of the entire screen, a selected window, or a specific portion of the screen.
- If you choose to take a screenshot of a specific portion of the screen, drag the cursor to select the area you want to capture.
- Once you have selected the area you want to capture, click on “Capture” to take the screenshot.
- The screenshot will be saved to your desktop by default. You can also find the screenshot in the “Screenshots” folder in your “Pictures” folder.
- If you want to edit or annotate the screenshot, you can open it in Preview by double-clicking on the screenshot file. From there, you can add text, arrows, and other annotations to the screenshot.
- Once you have finished editing the screenshot, you can save it or share it with others as needed.
Overall, while Mac does not have a Snipping Tool, it does have a powerful set of built-in screenshot tools that can help you capture and edit screenshots quickly and easily.