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SnapShotPro lets you take a screen shot and save it as a jpg, bmp, wmf, emf, ico or gif file.
You can save the full screen, current window or select an area.
SnapShotPro 1.40 Features:
- Runs in the system tray or stays on top
- Opens existing graphics
- Hot Key for quick action
- Preview images before opening
- Print without opening
- Print preview
- Copy to clipboard
- Enlarge or reduce opened SnapShots
- Paste from clipboard
- Rotate 90 degrees
- Flip horizontal
- Flip Vertical
- Send saved SnapShot as an email attachment
- Associate loaded file with SnapShoPro
- Simple to use
- Free Upgrades
- Full install/uninstaller
- Only about US$23.00 (NZ$40)
Download a free 14 day trial of SnapShotPro now by clicking the download button.
File size 2196 kb
Unzip the contents of the zip file, double click on "Setup.exe".
When the installation is complete, find the shortcut to SnapShotPro in your start menu.
You will see the splash screen where you can enter your liberation key. If you have purchased one then paste it in the correct text box and click the "Unlock" button,
otherwise click the "Continue" button to run SnapShotPro.
Note that the "Continue" button will be disabled when the free trial period is over and you haven't purchased a liberation key.
Check this box if you want to view the SnapShot after it is created. You may want this unchecked if you are
going to take multiple SnapShots in quick succession.
Select this box if you want to use the hot key option.
The current hot key is the insert button.
Enter a file name to save your
SnapShot as. If it already exists then a number is added to the front, eg 0SnapShot,
1SnapShot, 2SnapShot etc.
Check this box if you want a SnapShot of the
full screen, uncheck for a SnapShot of the current window.
Check this box if you want to select an
area of the screen to SnapShot. If this box and the Full Screen box are
both checked then the Full Screen box is ignored and the cursor will
change to a cross enabling you to select any rectangular area on the
screen. Simply left click the mouse button and hold it down while you drag
the rubber band to the opposite corner and release the button to create
BMP, JPG or Clipboard
Select the file format you wish to save your
SnapShot as. JPG is recommended for web pages etc. You can also choose clipboard to
have the SnapShot created in the clipboard. You can then save the SnapShot as any file type. Eg
.gif, .bmp, .jpg, .wmf, .emf, .ico etc. You can not save from one file type to another!
But you can copy an image to the clipboard then paste it back in to the viewer then save it as any file type!
JPG File Quality
If you chose JPG as the file type then you
can also select the image quality with this slider. %100 is the best quality
which produces the largest file. Reducing the percentage reduces the file size
and image quality.
Click to take a SnapShot. This window will minimise back to an icon so as
to be out of the way when the SnapShot is taken.
Click this button to open and preview existing SnapShots and images. This window opens.
As you can see, you get a nice sized preview of the selected image on the right.
Hit the print button to get the print preview window.
Select your printer
Choose paper orientation
Increase or decrease image size to fit page
Add the file name to the top of the page
Hit the delete button the delete the selected file. Note, you will not get any warnings. The file will be permanently deleted!
When an image or SnapShot is displayed, it is shown at full size. Large images can be reduced
by right clicking on them. Small images can be enlarged by left clicking on them.
Click this button to open another image as above.
Click this button to save the image after resizing etc. If the filename already exists
you will be asked if you want to overwrite it.
Click this button to send your snapshot as an email attachment.
Requires MS Outlook or Outlook Express.
Click this button to associate the image type loaded with SnapShotPro.
When you double click on an associated image, it will be loaded by SnapShotPro.
If the image type is already associated with SnapShotPro you will be asked if you want to undo the association.
Click this button to rotate the image 90 degrees.
The bigger the image, the longer it will take to rotate.
Mirror Vertical Button
Flip left or right
Mirror Horizontal Button
Flip up or down
Click this button to restore the image to it's original size and orientation.
Copy to Clipboard Button
Click this button to copy the image to the clipboard o it will be available to SnapShotPro
and other image editing software.
Paste From Clipboard Button
Click this button to paste the image from the clipboard to ShapShotPro.
A pasted image can then be saved as any of the file types mentioned above!
Please let me know if you have any problems running this Utility Software or have any suggestions for it's improvement.
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