FullShot is a program intended for Windows users who want to capture screenshots of their monitor screens. This program is recommended capturing images used in manuals, marketing materials, websites, presentations, and handouts. FullShot can take screenshots of different regions, buttons, or documents. FullShot can also annotate or edit images, before having to print them to any printers connected to a desktop computer. Users will be able to capture images in six different types – Window capture, title and menu capture, freehand capture, region capture, and screen capture. They can also capture images through the use of Snapshot Buttons or Hotkeys. Images are captured in 4-bit, 8-bit, 15-bit, 16-bit, and 24-bit color modes. Black and white modes are also an option.
With FullShot, users can capture a full screen, or just separate objects on one screen, like option buttons, mouse pointers, menus, dialog boxes, command buttons, and toolbars. They can also capture both a freely drawn region and a rectangular region of a screen through the use of a mouse. Images are printed on any Windows supported printer.
Our users primarily use FullShot Application to open these file types:
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