Professional Edition is designed for any Windows user who
needs to capture and work with images of different parts
of any Windows program. It's perfect for creating images
for use in manuals, training handouts, presentations, magazines,
newsletters, newspapers, marketing materials and web pages.
You can also use FullShot to print screens directly to
any printer connected to your PC.
its introduction in 1991, FullShot has been used world-wide
to produce countless books, magazines, software manuals,
training materials, marketing collateral, slides, presentations,
web pages and other publications. I introduced FullShot
to the documentation team at MGI Software Corp. during
1998 and the writers haven't looked back since (MGI was
acquired by Roxio in 2002 - but the documentation team
is still using FullShot). Grabbing a supporting image
of a menu bar, tool bar, dialog box or an entire UI is
one-click easy. It sure beats the heck out of doing a
Windows print screen, loading the resulting BMP into
PhotoShop, then laboriously clipping and resaving only
the area you need. FullShot Professional Edition is available
at most software outlets and via purchase & download.
It's also bundled in an OEM version with professional
documentation products such as RoboHelp Office.
Pro provides nine different ways to capture images from
your screen. You can capture the entire screen, a single
window, a rectangular region, title/ menu area, mouse
pointer, button, command bar and an auto-scroll document.
There is also a very cool freehand option which you can
use to literally draw a capture area of any shape or
dimension. Once you've captured a screen shot, you can
add notes and perform editing tasks such as adding frames
to individual images, rotating, cropping, and adjusting
color properties. For document review purposes you can
also choose from several print options including printing
multiple images on a single sheet.
can be executed using the mouse or via a customizable
set of Hotkeys. When FullShot Pro is started, most writers
minimize it. In this mode, Fullshot places a row of shortcut
capture buttons on the title bar of every open window.
The buttons do not appear in any capture or full screen
shot. Captures can be executed in a variety of color
depths and sizes and saved in any of 18 formats including
BMP, CUR, DIB, EPS, GIF, ICO, JPG, PCD, PCT, PCX, PNG,
PSD, RAS, RLE, TGA, TIF, WMF and WPG. The Image Explorer
tool scans your hard drive for images of particular formats.
You can browse and view images individually or in thumbnail
mode. The program's interface provides a tree view for
browsing each directory. FullShot provides a batch processing
tool for converting a images from one format to another
- very handy when someone comes to you with a format