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Old 02-20-2010, 04:15 PM   #3
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Thanks for sharing the workaround!

For Mac users you can use keyboard commands to do the same (select what you want):

http://guides.macrumors.com/Taking_S...ts_in_Mac_OS_X

Doesn't Windows 7 have a utility for screenshots or keyboard commands?
Windows does have a screen capture - Ctrl/Prt Scr - but as I understand it takes a shot of the entire screen. With Snagit you can clip exactly what you want, so two lines or four, or a whole paragraph. The Windows screen shot utility would take the text, the Sony Reader controls and icons and everything that is in the active window.

I have attached a document that consists of two clips from a book in the Sony Reader desktop application. The second clip has a fancy edge that Snagit allows.

All the best,

Hal.
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