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Screen Shot Software w Annotations

Discussion in 'Windows - Software discussion' started by ShreddedWheat, Jan 9, 2015.

  1. ShreddedWheat

    ShreddedWheat Member

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    Good evening and Happy new Year.

    Can you guys please provide me with a list of software you may have come across for taking screenshots and applying annotations and notes to build tutorials. This will be extremely useful for me since I work with hundreds of servers that need notes on how to complete the processes that I need to learn.

    Thanks in advance
     
  2. 2oldGeek

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    The method I use is to make a screen shot using the Windows Snipping Tool then copy the image to a Word file and add the notes...........

    PS: If I need to add arrows, circles, numbers and notes to the image itself I use Snagit (not free)
     
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  3. Nepheler

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    I'm using Snagit 10 for months. It's a freeware and quite easy to use :) so far so good
     
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    Only Free for 15 day trial if you're not using a crack :( $49.95 with no annual fee and $24.95 to upgrade.. I have Snagit 11. Paid for :p http://www.techsmith.com/snagit.html
     
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    oh I forgot that's a crack version :=o It's been quite a while since downloading...can't even find the link. But i dare say it's the most friendly screenshot sw I've used.
    Like the scrolling mode!
     

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