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Windows utility to capture screen image and direct to a file, printer or to the clipboard.

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SnagIt v2.2 - The Windows Screen
Capture and Print Utility. SnagIt can capture
the entire screen, a window, an icon or a
region and can output the image to a printer,
clipboard, BMP file or monochrome TIF file.
Simple keystroke operation. SnagIt supports
Dynamic Data Exchange (DDE) for easy
integration into other applications. Brian
Livingstone of "Windows 3.1 Secrets" calls it
"the utility that Windows forgot".


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SnagIt v2.2 - The Windows Screen
Capture and Print Utility. SnagIt can capture
the entire screen, a window, an icon or a
region and can output the image to a printer,
clipboard, BMP file or monochrome TIF file.
Simple keystroke operation. SnagIt supports
Dynamic Data Exchange (DDE) for easy
integration into other applications. Brian
Livingstone of "Windows 3.1 Secrets" calls it
"the utility that Windows forgot".
SnagIt 2.2 README.TXT 30 Nov 1994

TechSmith Corporation
3001 Coolidge Road, Suite 400
East Lansing, MI 48823-6320 USA
Phone: 517-333-2100
Fax: 517-333-1888
BBS: 517-333-8390
CompuServe: 75226,3136

WHAT IS SNAGIT?

SnagIt has been providing Microsoft Windows users with an easy way to
capture and print Windows screens since it was first released in
1991. In "Windows 3.1 Secrets," author Brian Livingston calls
SnagIt "the print utility Microsoft Windows forgot."

SnagIt allows Windows users to capture an entire screen, a portion
of the screen, or a single window or icon. SnagIt also accepts
input from the Windows clipboard, or a Windows bitmap (BMP) file.

Once captured, SnagIt sends the image to the printer, the clipboard,
a BMP file or a monochrome TIFF file, depending on the output option
specified.

Captured images can be pasted into other Windows applications such
as word processors and desktop publishing programs via the Windows
clipboard, or by saving the image to a graphic file and later
importing the file into the desired application.

SnagIt functionality can easily be added to other Windows
applications because of SnagIt's full DDE support.

SNAGIT FIXES AND ENHANCEMENTS

2.1.00 SnagIt 2.1 adds real scaling, in increments of one-hundredths,
to the functionality of SnagIt 2.0. (SnagIt 2.0 and previous
versions supported integer scaling only.)

2.1.01 Fixed problem of SnagIt not running on systems using high
resolution video drivers ( 65K colors and higher ). This problem
only manifested itself on certain video drivers.

2.2.00 Added Change Hotkey option, SnagIt printer selection and auto
scale setting in SNAGIT.EXE. The setup program will now remove
SnagIt from the WIN.INI load= line. Enhanced Windows Help.


SNAGIT 2.2 SHAREWARE PACKAGE FILES

Included in the SnagIt 2.2 archive file (SNAGIT22.ZIP) are the following:

readme.txt This file.
register.txt SnagIt 2.2 registration form, in DOS text file format.
setup.exe SnagIt 2.2 installation and setup program.
snagit.exe SnagIt 2.2 executable program.
snagit.hlp SnagIt 2.2 Windows Help file.
snagww.doc Macro for incorporating SnagIt into Microsoft Word
for Windows 2.0 and 6.0.
vendor.txt SnagIt 2.2 vendor notes.

SNAGIT SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS

SnagIt requires the following:

> An IBM PC or compatible that meets the minimum hardware requirements
of Microsoft Windows.
> Microsoft Windows 3.0 or later.
> A mouse or other pointing device.
> For printed output, a Windows-supported printer that can print
bitmaps. This includes most of the laser, dot matrix and ink jet
printers that Windows supports. Plotters can not print bitmaps, and
so can not print images captured with SnagIt.

USING SNAGIT'S ON-LINE HELP

SnagIt's on-line Help system is compatible with the Windows 3.x Help
subsystems. The SnagIt Help file contains all of the information
you'll need to use SnagIt, except for the SnagIt installation
procedure. This file describes how to install SnagIt.

To access SnagIt Help, select Help from the SnagIt menu bar, then Help
Index from the drop-down menu.

Selecting Quick Help from the Help menu provides a quick overview of
SnagIt essentials.

Selecting System Info from the Help menu displays information about your
screen mode and printer type.

When you register SnagIt, you will receive a printed manual in addition
to the Windows Help file for reference.

SNAGIT SUPPORT

TechSmith is committed to providing a reliable, high-quality product
that is easy to use. If you have any problem installing or using SnagIt,
we want to know about it.

You can contact TechSmith by mail, phone, fax, or via
CompuServe. You can also leave a message on TechSmith's BBS at
517-333-8390. Use a modem supporting baud rates up to 9600, no parity,
8 bits, and 1 stop bit. Leave your message in the SnagIt SIG.

In any communication with TechSmith regarding a problem with SnagIt,
please clearly state the following:

> The product name and version number (SnagIt 2.2).
> Your name, address and telephone number.
> Your hardware configuration.
> A description of the problem, and what you were trying to do when
the problem occurred.


INSTALLING SNAGIT

The SnagIt installation program SETUP.EXE is a Microsoft Windows
application. You must have Windows 3.x installed prior to installing
SnagIt. To install SnagIt, do the following:

1. Start Windows, if you haven't already done so.
2. Insert the SnagIt diskette into a floppy drive.
3. From the Program Manager menu, choose File, and select Run
from the drop-down menu.
4. From the File Run dialog box, enter:
a:\setup
(If you are installing SnagIt from a diskette drive other than
the A drive, you will need to change the drive letter in the
command line above.)
5. Click the OK button. You will see a setup dialog box.
6. Under "User Information", enter your name and company name,
if desired.
7. Under "Load Information", enter the name of the directory where
you want to install SnagIt, or accept the default Windows
directory. (If you specify a directory that does not
exist, SnagIt will create the directory.) Then enter the
Windows group to which SnagIt should be added, or accept
the default Accessories group. (If you specify a group
that does not exist, SnagIt will create the new group.)
8. When you have finished entering the setup information,
click the OK button. SnagIt will be installed into the
group you specified.

STARTING SNAGIT

To start SnagIt, double-click on the SnagIt icon in the Accessories
group. (If you specified a group other than Accessories during
SnagIt installation, look in that group for the SnagIt icon.)

Double-clicking on the SnagIt icon will execute SnagIt and bring it
to the foreground in its maximized form. When SnagIt is maximized,
you may change any of the setup options (input, output, format, etc.)
from the SnagIt menus.

You can also invoke SnagIt (that is, instruct SnagIt to capture
an image) while it is maximized, though it will usually be more
convenient to minimize SnagIt before doing your screen captures.

If you selected the "Load when Windows starts" checkbox during
installation, SnagIt will start automatically the next time you
start Windows.

SNAGIT DEFAULT SETTINGS

When you install SnagIt, it uses the following default options:

> Input is set to Screen. This means that when SnagIt is invoked,
it will capture the entire Windows desktop.
> Output is set to Printer. This means that when SnagIt is invoked,
it will send the captured image to the Windows default printer
for printing.
> Format is set to Color. This means that SnagIt will capture the
image with the screen colors intact. (In most cases you can
print images using this format setting, even if your printer is
not a color printer. For additional information about SnagIt
format options, see the Format options topic in the SnagIt Help
file.)
> Scale is set to 1.00. This means that SnagIt will output the
image at the same pixel size as it appears on the Windows screen.
This setting may result in a smaller printed image than you want;
to adjust the image size, see the Scale topic in the SnagIt Help
file.

Refer to the SnagIt Help file for additional information on setting
SnagIt's input, output, format and other options.

You can tell which settings SnagIt is using by looking at the bottom
of the SnagIt window when the program is maximized.

INVOKING SNAGIT WITH



Once you have SnagIt's parameters set as you want them, you are
ready to perform screen captures with SnagIt.

The default hot-key sequence for invoking SnagIt is

. When you press these keys, SnagIt will capture an
image (determined by the input parameter you selected), and send
that image to the output device you selected. To invoke SnagIt
using a different hotkey combination, see the Change Hotkeys topic
in the SnagIt Help file.

USING THE MOUSE TO SELECT IMAGES

You will need a mouse or other pointing device with SnagIt.
The left and right mouse buttons work as follows:

Left Button Selects SnagIt menu options, and selects
screen regions and windows to capture.

Right Button Cancels a region or window selection, if you press
it before you finish making the selection (that is,
before you release the left mouse button).

REGISTERING SNAGIT

This program and its associated files are part of a shareware
package that is copyrighted by TechSmith Corporation and is not
in the public domain. If you use this program beyond the
30-day evaluation period, you must register it. The files that
comprise the SnagIt shareware package, or the SnagIt archived
file (SNAGIT22.ZIP), may be freely distributed as long as files
in the package are kept together and are not modified.

SnagIt 2.2 registration is $59. To register, complete the
form REGISTER.TXT (you can also print this form from the
SnagIt Help file), and sending or faxing it, along with payment,
to TechSmith Corporation. Credit card registrations may be made
via CompuServe, if you include the information requested on the
registration form in the message.

By registering, you will receive the following:

> The latest 'retail' version of SnagIt, with the shareware
reminder removed.
> A printed SnagIt manual.
> Notification of SnagIt version upgrades.
> Telephone support, as well as support via mail, CompuServe,
and TechSmith's BBS, for SnagIt questions.

TechSmith Corporation actively supports SnagIt by providing technical
assistance, bug fixes, and upgrade versions.

TechSmith is a member of the Association of Shareware Professionals (ASP).
ASP wants to make sure that the shareware principle works for you. If you
are unable to resolve a shareware-related problem with an ASP member by
contacting the member directly, ASP may be able to help. The ASP Ombudsman
can help you resolve a dispute or problem with an ASP member, but does not
provide technical support for members' products. Please write to the ASP
Ombudsman at 545 Grover Road, Muskegon, MI 49442-9427 USA.

If you would like information on SnagIt multi-user licenses, please
contact:

TechSmith Corporation
3001 Coolidge Road, Suite 400
East Lansing, MI 48823-6320 USA
Phone: 517-333-2100
Fax: 517-333-1888
BBS: 517-333-8390
CompuServe: 75226,3136

Thanks for your interest in SnagIt.
TechSmith Corporation



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