Better than PrtScn
You can add graphics to instructions using the built in PrtScn button, but there's not much versatility.
WritersUA by WinWriters, Inc has a discussion on some available apps that can help.
"Almost all of us need to include screen captures in our user assistance from time to time.
Of course, it's possible to do almost all of this by pressing
+ to copy the active window to the clipboard, and then pasting it into your favorite image-editing application.
However, for each screen capture this requires you to go through the same set of actions in order to crop, set the color depth, add borders or edge effects, and finally save it.
If you only take the occasional screen capture, then this is fine. But it can become extremely tedious and time-consuming if you have a large number of screens to capture."
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