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"I am new to the technical communication field, having just graduated with
my B.S. in Professional and Technical Communication. My concentration was
in software documentation and web design, neither of which were graphic
intensive. 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
I've been a tech writer for so long and used many various tools. So far, the
best ones Ive used are Macromedia's Fireworks and Techsmith's Snag it. They
are both very simple to use and very simple for you to export into your
doucmentation. There are online tutorials if you need more information.
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