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    Snipping Tools
    I used to use a tool called Snippit to capture a desired webpage section, save it to My Photos and use later. I don't see any reference to such a tool for Mac Pro. Does anyone know of such a tool?

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    I use Jing for similar purposes. There's another similar tool called Skitch.

    Also note that in OS X, you can typically click to select an image on a webpage and then drag it to your desktop to save it as a file. You can do the same with text if you highlight it and drag it.
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    What about the built-in Grab utility?

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    Use command shift 4 then draw around the item you want to keep with the curser. The png format copy will be on your desktop .
    Open in preview if you want to save in a different format.
    command shift 3 will give you a screen shot.
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    Thanks to all for a variety of solutions!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SouthernProduce View Post
    I used to use a tool called Snippit to capture a desired webpage section, save it to My Photos and use later. I don't see any reference to such a tool for Mac Pro. Does anyone know of such a tool?
    I use one called LittleSnapper. It works great. Here is the page: LittleSnapper - Screenshot and Website Capture for Mac OS X Leopard

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