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> I'm working on a project that requires small screen captures, with a high
> degree of clarity.
> Can anyone recommend a good quality, relatively inexpensive screen capture
Barring a strange bug in the software, all screen capture programs
should give you the same quality/clarity of screen capture. The
variables are in the display settings of the computer where you're
creating the captures, the choice of file format you save to and
possibly the settings in your authoring software.
The value in purchasing a program like SnagIt is in saving time,
especially when doing lots of callouts.
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