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[b:2tyvtl4q][size=150:2tyvtl4q]Enter to win a free license (3 available) for Snagit 10....[/size:2tyvtl4q]entries close 24th June 2010.
We all know of the great Snagit screenshot software from TechSmith....and if you don't, you should!! Simply because it is [i:2tyvtl4q]the[/i:2tyvtl4q] best.
The very generous folk at TechSmith have donated 3 licenses for us to giveaway to our members. [b:2tyvtl4q]Thank you TechSmith!![/b:2tyvtl4q]
This is the latest version (recently released) which normally costs $49.95us and you can win a free copy!!
[color=#0000FF:2tyvtl4q][i:2tyvtl4q]Snag anything, on the fly. Grab your entire desktop, a region, a window, or a scrolling window
March 10, 2010
Dave. Now this is one program I would love to win. I cannot afford to buy it and am envious of those that can. I am making do with a free program that just does not really do the job for me and it is one I use constantly to put together a newsletter for Vietnam Vets here in Australia.
So please wave a magic wand over this reply, it really would be appreciatd by all.
Thanks for the opportunity
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Wow, I did not know about Snagit and the possibilities by screen capture! I have been using another product for years MW Snap which seems pretty basic after I went thru the site to know about snagit.
I write e books and lessons for seniors on various topics, and need to capture the screen from time to time. so far I would capture the screen and edit it in Paint.net. Now it seems I can do it with snagit itself. Great. Me in the que please.
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December 30, 2008
Hi I would like to win a copy of Snagit. I currently help out at our local SCUG (Senior Computer User Group) meetings delivering talks on various topics. i frequently need to incorporate screen shots into my .ppt slides but am often frustrated when the screen resolution changes when I trigger my current screen capture program picpick and half the window disappears.
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