¿Any shortcut for "Take screenshot of a selected area"?

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jazei-AR
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¿Any shortcut for "Take screenshot of a selected area"?

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Could you (designers) put a shortcut for "Take screenshot of a selected area"...
If I want to take a screenshot of a menu over a window i can`t take the screenshot of the menu ... only take from a window after... so I should use "print screen/Pet sis" key and then paste on Paint, like this time...
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From Argentina, Spanish language, I'm using Win 7 Pro (64 bit) 4 Gb RAM, using 32 bit SlimJet

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Re: ¿a shortcut for "Take screenshot of a selected area"?

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Not an answer to your question, but I prefer this to what's built into Slimjet.

https://bluefive.pairsite.com/snapshot.htm
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jazei-AR
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Re: ¿a shortcut for "Take screenshot of a selected area"?

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Passenger wrote:
Thu Nov 05, 2020 9:14 am
Not an answer to your question, but I prefer this to what's built into Slimjet.

https://bluefive.pairsite.com/snapshot.htm
I would prefer the built in because I select the area then I select button clipboard and then I go to where paste and I paste from clipboard directly at a puntual site.... it's very easy. I have 4 Gb RAM so less is more. snapshot sounds interesting I'll go blue five... for have a look for another little programs rambooster, freemem, etc.
Dowloaded: Alarm &Boot Counter using them, & snapshot in progress
thanks
From Argentina, Spanish language, I'm using Win 7 Pro (64 bit) 4 Gb RAM, using 32 bit SlimJet

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