Snagit’s scrolling capture allows you to take a screenshot of an entire web page or scrolling window.
From the All-in-one tab click the Capture button, move the crosshairs over the window to capture, and click one of the yellow arrows depending on the direction you want to scroll. Snagit captures everything visible in the window and creates a single image that you can edit
If you find scrolling capture helpful, you might be interested in Panoramic Capture, which allows you to capture just a portion of a scrolling window. To learn more, check out the Panoramic Capture tutorial.
If you’re capturing scrolling areas on Windows, create a preset to speed up the process.
From the Presets menu, choose Create new preset. Now, edit your preset. Select the Image tab and choose Scrolling Window from the Selection drop down. Then, click Save. Your new preset appears in the list where you can name it. Click the Preset capture button any time to quickly start a scrolling capture
We cover the essentials in these getting started tutorials.
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