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    Printing your entire screen is clunky. Snipaste lets you grab any part of your screen with pixel-precise accuracy.

    From grabbing a shot of your entire screen to snipping the tiniest detail of an image, a snipping tool is always handy. Windows 10 has a built-in snipping tool, but Snipaste puts it to shame.
    You can use Snipaste to grab a selection, annotate it directly within the app, and paste it anywhere you'd like.

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    04-26-2018 09:10 AM

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