Ctrl+Shift+W – Captures a restricted, pre-defined section on the screen, such as one window of a program or one piece of an application. Use this function to capture any window from a small part of a running application to Windows itself.

As you move the mouse over the area to be captured, the various parts of the applications open and you see a dark blinking border around a section that shows what is to be captured.

To capture a window:

Step 1     Click Ctrl+Shift+W.

Step 2     Move the cursor around the screen to see the window areas available, shown outlined with blinking highlights.

Step 3     When the area you want is highlighted, click the mouse.

You’ll see the window you have chosen in the HyperSnap workspace.

(See Window Capture tutorial for an example.)