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The blurriness when you resize screen captures is a common problem. Check
the archives of this list for several discussions about this. Also check
the techwr-l web site (http://www.raycomm.com/techwhirl/)-- if I recall
there are several good articles about screen captures.
RE: Software. You need to find software that does what you want it to. For
some, printscreen + paintshop is just fine. Others will require in
industrial-strength graphics design package. You might want to start with
SnagIt. They seem to be rather well-featured and have a trial version.
And, they sponsor this list. So, while you are perusing the TECHWR-L web
site for screen capture articles, click on the TechSmith banner and download
the trial version of SnagIt.
Disclaimer: I am not associated with TechSmith, SnagIt, or the TECHWR-L
website. Just pointing out some good resources.
So, I was wondering what the best screen capture software out
there is? I always have problems taking screen captures and then trying
to resize them (after cropping them, they come out blurry). Any
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