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Need a full screen or a special 'snippet' capture?

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I've been using this free little tool, it's wonderful! FastStone Capture It works with all Windows, even Vista. :)

 

http://faststone.org/FSCaptureDetail.htm

 

FastStone Capture is a powerful, flexible and intuitive screen-capture utility. It allows you to capture anything on the screen including windows, objects, full screen, rectangle regions, freehand-selected regions and scrolling windows/web pages. It has innovative features such as a floating Capture Panel, hotkeys, resizing, cropping, text annotation, printing, e-mailing, screen magnifier and many more.

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Wow, and its Free!.. very nice Jacee :geezer: saves many steps capturing screens vs the old manual way.. thanks, oh and you admin , you cant win the montly prize can you? lol :P

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Jacee, your vista computer came with a snip tool for screen shots and shots of windows

 

 

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I've been using this free little tool, it's wonderful! FastStone Capture It works with all Windows, even Vista. :)

 

http://faststone.org/FSCaptureDetail.htm

 

FastStone Capture is a powerful, flexible and intuitive screen-capture utility. It allows you to capture anything on the screen including windows, objects, full screen, rectangle regions, freehand-selected regions and scrolling windows/web pages. It has innovative features such as a floating Capture Panel, hotkeys, resizing, cropping, text annotation, printing, e-mailing, screen magnifier and many more.

 

This looks good to me. I'm already using Hypersnap6 on my main machines, but this looks to be just right for my old and rarely used Compaq laptop. Thanks, anything has to be better than the Vista snip tool! :)

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Wow, and its Free!.. very nice Jacee :geezer: saves many steps capturing screens vs the old manual way.. thanks, oh and you admin , you cant win the montly prize can you? lol :P

 

I wouldn't call a 30 day trial free.

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This is a completely free one that I use Capture-A-ScreenShot is a simple to use screen capture software utility that captures screenshots. With Capture-A-ScreenShot, you can easily capture the last active screen, full screen, or selected area.

 

You can download from here

http://www.popdrops.com/

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