Windows 10: Can you identify this program please? Solved

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  1. Posts : 302
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       20 Aug 2017 #1

    Can you identify this program please?


    It is used to markup web pages for instructional use. Here is a typical view of it, with two items marked:

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    I used to have it before a crash deleted all my programs and I can't remember its name.

    Thanks.
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  2.    20 Aug 2017 #2

    Microsoft one drive its part of windows ten update from the store also consider Google Drive this gives you 3 gigs extra storage
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  3. Posts : 302
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       20 Aug 2017 #3

    Samuria said: View Post
    Microsoft one drive its part of windows ten update from the store also consider Google Drive this gives you 3 gigs extra storage
    A misunderstanding. My clip showed the app I am looking for, (the red circles) in use on something which happened to be a OneDrive window. The app I am looking for can mark up any image and has nothing to do with OneDrive itself.

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  4. Posts : 5,154
    Win10 Home and Pro, Win10 Insider Preview, WinXP Home Premium, Linux Mint
       20 Aug 2017 #4

    You wouldn't be thinking of Paint/MSPaint, would you? If so it's still available in Start, W section, Windows Accessories and can handle screenshots created by pressing the PrntScrn key or Ctrl+V which sends the contents of the screen to the Clipboard for Paste into other programs. I use it every morning to get parts of the newspaper for printing.
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  5. Posts : 302
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       20 Aug 2017 #5

    Berton said: View Post
    You wouldn't be thinking of Paint/MSPaint, would you? If so it's still available in Start, W section, Windows Accessories and can handle screenshots created by pressing the PrntScrn key or Ctrl+V which sends the contents of the screen to the Clipboard for Paste into other programs. I use it every morning to get parts of the newspaper for printing.
    Thanks, but no. Its a stand-alone program.
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  6. Posts : 5,154
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       20 Aug 2017 #6

    There's a number of free and paid-for screenshot programs available on the 'net but difficult to say which you previously had, the "Any image you want" line on the image posted suggests that. The red items are pointing to OneDrive choices or shortcut properties.
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  7.    20 Aug 2017 #7

    Are you referring to this one?:

    Screenpresso
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    ... hover your mouse on it, you should get a 'mouse hover tip'
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  8. Posts : 302
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       22 Aug 2017 #8

    Berton said: View Post
    There's a number of free and paid-for screenshot programs available on the 'net but difficult to say which you previously had, the "Any image you want" line on the image posted suggests that. The red items are pointing to OneDrive choices or shortcut properties.
    Thanks. I am NOT looking for a utility to capture a screen or parts of a screen. I can do that already.

    What I am looking for is a utility for marking up/annotating an already captured screen image. I know it exists because I used it before I lost it in a crash. That utility has been used on this forum before.

    It is the utility used in the image made by someone and copy-posted by me in posts #1 and 3 in this thread. That utility is used to identify and emphasise several items on an already captured web page, for a tutorial or similar. That is, the utility used by the author of the image at #1 and 3 to create the red circles & pointer on the images at #1 and 3, (reproduced immediately below here):

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    The utility offers other tools to mark up or annotate items on a captured web page. For example:





    When I last used that utility it allowed me to draw such things on an image of a captured web page, to draw attention to them. It offers several different objects including different sizes of arrows, all with a choice of colour.

    The name of that utility is what I am looking for.

    Thanks.
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  9. Posts : 5,154
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       22 Aug 2017 #9

    I understand your frustration, have clients also who can't recall what programs they use that didn't come with Windows. But like I said, there's lots of programs available that can do it, a good Search engine should find a long list of free and paid-for programs when searching key words such as screen capture markup. Just will need to look through the list to see if one comes to mind. I won't post a link to the Search engine I use and its results page/s as it may not be the one you have.
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  10. Posts : 302
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       22 Aug 2017 #10

    Berton said: View Post
    I understand your frustration, have clients also who can't recall what programs they use that didn't come with Windows. But like I said, there's lots of programs available that can do it, a good Search engine should find a long list of free and paid-for programs when searching key words such as screen capture markup. Just will need to look through the list to see if one comes to mind. I won't post a link to the Search engine I use and its results page/s as it may not be the one you have.
    I did lots of searches using things like screen capture markup but my target did not appear.

    However, Kari has found it, in his post at:

    Exclude from search - Page 3 - Windows 10 Forums

    The name of the utility is Screenpresso, which of course I recognise now!

    Thanks for your help.
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