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How to print screen with mouse cursor?
How to print screen with mouse cursor?
12-03-2013 - 07:26 PM
 Geekprof5
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I need to capture my screen with mouse cursor. I tried using the combination key of Ctrl + print screen, Alt + print screen, but not help. Anyone knows the exact way to do this. Please help.
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12-03-2013 - 08:01 PM
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There is no way in Windows to capture screen with cursor unless using a third-party software. You should try:
  1. Gadwin PrintScreen: it's not free ($24.95). Download at: www.gadwin.com/printscreen
  2. Or HyperSnap 7: it's not free ($39.95). Download at: www.hyperionics.com
Gadwin PrintScreen and HyperSnap 7 work well with Windows 8. Both have image editing tool but it’s not easy to use.

With the unregistered version, your image will have a watermark on it. Like this:
           
 
To avoid this watermark, I select and crop it to my free image editing tool called Paint.NET. Then everything is fine.
Hope that they will help you.
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12-05-2013 - 02:53 PM
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Thank you Coolboy.

I'm now using Gadwin PrintScreen with Paint and the result is so great. 
 
   
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