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  • 1 year later...

No sorry I called it "Grab It" but it is in fact called "Grab" which is a FREE utility bundled with Mac OS X Lion and Mountain Lion and found in Utilities or if not check in the Applications folder.

You call it out and then -Capture- and choose between -selection, window and screen- (there are other choices). It sends the image to your desktop for you to save/attach etc. very useful and better than Windows "Prt Scr"

Hope that helps.

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