Graphic capture question - Snagit experts

Subject: Graphic capture question - Snagit experts
From: Anton Coetzee <tronajc -at- juno -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Mon, 19 Aug 2002 13:36:42 GMT

This must be a Friday - Let me - Yes it is / was
Now it's Monday

I am stumped for the moment.

Word and Graphic

I need to capture a form As a gif / jpeg whatever format (1 full page - Word document) and insert it into my Word document after I have reduced it to 85% of its normal size.

My problem is although I can capture the form with my present capturing tool SnagIt - I can only get the whole page (if I reduce the original view in word to 70% which renders the content unreadable. OR capturing the original as two images and joining them. - not a nice sight with the tools here at work.

I was sure on a previous project using a earlier version of Snagit 5 I could whilest scrolling down the page actually capture the unseen portion (it was brought into view as it was captured) or am I deaming.

How can I capture a graphic which covers two possible screens captures without joining them.

What advice can you guys give Me Apart from RTFM Which I have done several times in the last week.



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