Hot keys - and why they're important
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By pressing hot keys, you can capture objects that otherwise disappear, like open menus, drop-down lists and screen savers. Use it to capture the mouse pointer, tool tips, splash screens, title bars in their active (has focus) color, and CaptureWiz itself.
Hot keys also enable you to capture when the capture bar and Windows taskbar aren't visible.
Example of using a hot key
Default CaptureWiz hot keys
Example of customizing a hot key
Capturing special programs like Setup, Uninstallers and system programs
On the capture bar, click Capture / Full Power. Hot keys won't work without full rights.
Usually, pressing F10 will capture CaptureWiz. But, if you're in the middle of capturing, hold down SPACEBAR while pressing the hot key to capture CaptureWiz.