Taking Screenshots with SnagIt 6 & SnagIt Studio
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SnagIt Basics

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Step 1: Open Snagit 6


This is obviously the easiest step in the process, but it's a good idea to pay special attention. SnagIt is a little different than most applications you may be used to because it actually disappears from time to time when you are using it. This is ok, the application is simply removing itself from the screen so as not to appear in the final image.

To open the SnagIt application on IT lab PCs, go to the Start menu and select SnagIt 6 from the programs menu.

Once you have selected Snagit 6, the application's main interface should appear. It looks like this:

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Essentially, at this point you could use the SnagIt to capture your screenshot. Just press <ctrl><shift><p>. However, you may want to view the settings and reconfigure the application to suit your needs.

To find out how to configure Snagit 6, move on to the nex step in this tutorial, Configure SnagIt 6.

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