Ctrl+Shift+B – Captures a button, including toolbar buttons. Used in many applications and for most buttons on web pages, etc.
Buttons can be captured as seen, when clicked, and as identified when the mouse cursor either rests on the button or moves over it. (This latter is commonly used in word processors and browsers.)
To capture a button:
Step 1 Move the cursor on top of the button you want.
Step 2 Click Ctrl+Shift+B.
Unless the application prohibits this, you’ll see the button in the HyperSnap workspace.
Note: Some applications will not allow you to capture a button. If you try, you may capture the entire window or screen instead.