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Old 02-25-2010, 05:47 PM   #10
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Originally Posted by Andy_W View Post
Windows 7 users should have an application called Snipping Tool pre-installed on their machines. This application allows you to capture a portion of the screen by selecting a box around what you want to capture.

Hope this helps!

Andy
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On a Mac, hit "Command-Shift-4", then click in the corner of what you wish to copy and drag the outline around it. It will be saved as a .png file.

Neither Microsoft's Clipping Tool (which saves files in .jpg format) nor Mac's "Command-Shift-4" saves the file as text, however.

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