snagit test

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  1. ups4

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    ups4,
    Consider using the input option as "region" so you can capture only the data inside the black rectangle. It will cut your file size by about 50% and make it easier and quicker to upload. The people still using dialup will appreciate have the attachments as small in file size as possible.
     

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    Thanks for that tip Grover.

    I'm new to the program and still trying to figure it all out.
    Dial-up....what's that? :eek:

    Paul
     
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    People connecting to the internet via the telephone which is at a 56K speed.

    Cable or DSL is a hundred time faster.

    SnagIt is a really nice program. I use it myself for most of my captures that you see on the forum. However, I never post the original capture. I always edit it and get rid of the non-relevant. Check this link. It might help.

    [*] How to post attachments to this forum.
     
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    Also check-out Snagit's tutorials ups4.
    I've been using it since years and I don't want another, although I've tried others before. :rolleyes:
    You'll get the hang of it pretty soon. ;)
     
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    LOL....sorry Grover, I was being facetious :D . I've been a HSI Cable user for about 15 years now and it's just that I can't imagine that I could ever go back to dial-up.

    I feel for those who have no choice, but I guess it's like most other things in life. If you've never been exposed to it, it doesn't seem quite as attractive.

    Paul
     
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    Thanks for that link Eldar. I'll certainly be checking in with that page often.

    Paul
     
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    You're welcome Paul. ;)
    Have fun playing with SnagIt. :D
     
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