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Can someone suggest a free program that would allow me to capture regular screen shots? I'm using Leopard and I really haven't gotten too familiar with it all it's functions since I'm new to the Mac family.

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Well, for one thing, Grab is in your Applications => Utilities folder.

Personally, I like Jing. There's also Skitch. Also, many times I use SnapNDrag.

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Well, for one thing, Grab is in your Applications => Utilities folder.

Personally, I like Jing. There's also Skitch. Also, many times I use SnapNDrag.
Hi cwa -

Thanks for the reply and nformation. I'll look at them all and decide which one I like best.

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Sticky: Often forgot screenshot method...
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