TechSmith Corp. has released its free SnagIt OneNote 2007 output accessory. Using SnagIt in tandem with OneNote gives customers an easy way to gather, organize, and share visually rich and descriptive screen captures.
"TechSmith has made it so my two favorite tools, SnagIt and OneNote, now work together cleanly and easily," said Kathy Jacobs, Microsoft OneNote MVP. "SnagIt's OneNote accessory lets me annotate my notes in ways I’ve always wanted to but couldn’t with just OneNote. The annotations I add stay exactly where I want, making research easier. And being able to add oversized Web pages to my notes is an unexpected bonus."
“Support for OneNote 2007 has been a popular request among our current customers and among OneNote fans in general,” said Tony Dunckel, SnagIt product manager at TechSmith. “As with all our Office add-ins and accessories, we’ve focused on making the integration a seamless part of the workflow so customers immediately recognize the productivity benefits.”
SnagIt is a popular screen capture software with more than seven million users worldwide. With SnagIt, users can capture, edit and share images, including scrolling windows, objects, menus, video, text, and Web pages and include them in emails and instant messages, PowerPoint presentations, Microsoft Office documents, marketing and sales materials, technical documentation, class handouts, websites and blogs.
The SnagIt OneNote accessory can be downloaded for free and requires SnagIt 8.2. SnagIt 8.2 supports Microsoft Windows 2000, XP, XP x64, and Vista.