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Re: Recommendations for a tool that captures screen action
Subject:Re: Recommendations for a tool that captures screen action From:"Peter Ring, PRC" <prc -at- PRC -dot- DK> Date:Thu, 19 Nov 1998 11:27:03 +1
Jen Michaels asked:
> Does anyone have any recommendations for a tool that captures screen
> action in Windows NT? We have a copy of Lotus ScreenCam but we'd like
> something slicker. I receive the digest so please email me at
> jenm -at- stingray -dot- com -dot-
Try SnagIt which is shareware. It's downloadable from http://www.techsmith.com. It does the job with Win95, I'm not sure
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