AV and Multimedia Related Thread, Screencapture in Technical; Originally Posted by penfold
If you are producing a walkthrough and want to save time you could use Problem Steps ...
8th August 2012, 06:22 PM #16
+1 for Problem Steps recorder.
Originally Posted by penfold
10th August 2012, 01:16 PM #17
Doesn't help you, but when we moved to Macs the command-shift-4 screenshot/snipping function was one of the best little functions built into the OS. I create a lot of instruction type documents and I found this much easier than in windows.
Thanks to rdk from:
mac_shinobi (10th August 2012)
10th August 2012, 01:35 PM #18
I was tempted to say that myself earlier but had a gut feeling I would get the anti mac bashing crowd. Although with the windows screen grab utils you can probably setup a keyboard shortcut to take a screen grab using the mouse cursor to set the specified area to capture
Originally Posted by rdk
10th August 2012, 01:46 PM #19
Yeah thats pretty much what you can do with onenote (although shortcut is built in!). You just need to have onenote installed not even open which I was wrong about above.
Originally Posted by mac_shinobi
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