SnagIt and MindManager are great authoring tools but recently I’ve been using them for something different. I’ve been getting training on a new, to me, mapping/demographics application. While they had excellent notes, like usual, retail needs meant we have different requirements to the typical user (generally GIS).
To record items of particular interest, rather than paper notes, I tried using the SnagIt/MindManager combination live in the training session. It was great to grab quick screen-shots, add process notes/arrows and send them to my MindManager notes map with SnagIt’s MindManager Custom Output Tool.
Often, as below, lining up a series of dialogs, capture, then adding a few arrows was sufficient to record quite a complex process. It’s often quicker to create than text notes and certainly easier to follow.