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Re: Screen capture and simple graphic editing tool. And, finding our which tool was used to create a graphic
Subject:Re: Screen capture and simple graphic editing tool. And, finding our which tool was used to create a graphic From:Fred Wersan <fwersan -at- mak -dot- com> To:techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com Date:Thu, 19 Apr 2018 06:37:09 -0400
To answer your specific question, I use Paint.net all the time. It does
all the basic things that I typically need to do. For fancier stuff
(still talking freebie, there is GIMP.) I use RoboCapture for most
screen caps (only because it came with Adobe Tech Com Suite). Before
that I used MWSnap. But as often as not, I use ALT+PrtScrn to take the
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