Outlook 2010 support dropped?


Dear Greenshot-Team,
thank you for releasing an update (1.3.38).

But unfortunately I don't see "Outlook" as target anymore, after creating a screenshot.
On install the "Office" plugin was selected.

(With the former? official release Outlook was available)

Thank you,


Win 10 Ver 1909 Prof, 64-Bit, German, Office Home and Business 2010


Robin Krom
March 4, 2020, 11:23 AM

“Not perfect” as I didn’t have time make thorough tests for all office products but I didn’t with the previous solution either. It’s not directly a hack, I found that I didn’t embed the office information correctly, but depending on your installation this might have worked. With this change it should be correct.

March 4, 2020, 11:34 AM

It works like a charm (also for Excel OneNote and Word, I don't have PowerPoint)
... OCR did nothing (no idea what should happen - but no problem for me. If you want more info, please tell me)

  • and finally Windows 10 Share works.
    Great job, Thank you

Robin Krom
March 4, 2020, 11:43 AM

OCR should place the recognized text on the clipboard
The windows 10 sharing might still be unstable, especially when used from the editor.

Thanks for the feedback

March 4, 2020, 12:10 PM

Great, I see the OCR output
I did my tests above also from within the editor, no problems occurred.
(I see no way to close the issue from my side. thanks,)

Robin Krom
March 5, 2020, 12:00 PM

I’ll close this issue, thanks for the feedback.

One thing: I cannot recommend the version 1.3.57 for day to day usage, although Greenshot generally comes as is with no guarantee, this version is not really tested. If it works for you, fine, but 1.2.10 is still the recommended version.


And I figured out why the 2.0 version worked, the way I embedded the office interfaces seems to work fine with dotnet core, but for .NET Framework I needed some additional steps.



Robin Krom



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