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> I'm not by any means an Adobe expert, but as far as I can tell the
> Gojira of graphics programs Adobe Photoshop does not offer capture! Is
> this *right*?
I've certainly never seen a screen capture feature in PS, and I've used it
extensively. (Of course, I've never LOOKED for screen cap in PS, so make of
this what you will....)
I usually use SnagIt, but failing that there's always the brute force
approach: PrtScrn if you want the whole screen, or Alt + PrtScrn if you just
want the active window, then paste into an image editor. This works in a
pinch for stills - if you need movies for the web, it won't help you much.
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