Ctrl+Shift+R – Captures a defined area of your choice. It can encompass multiple windows, your desktop, or virtually anything that is visible on your desktop.

Unlike a Window or Virtual Desktop capture, this function does not discriminate between the various windows on the screen.

To capture a Region, you can use the same steps as for cropping a photo:

Step 1     Click Ctrl+Shift+R.

Step 2       Click the cross-hairs that appear to define the area.

Step 3     Move diagonally to a place that encloses the area you want to capture.

Step 4     When you have completely “blocked” the area, click the mouse.

You’ll see the area you have blocked (the Region) in the HyperSnap workspace.

(See Region Capture tutorial for an example.)