Capture Note is a useful tool that allows you to capture screenshots or import images, and then annotate, edit, save and share them. Here's a step-by-step guide on how to use Capture Note:
To capture a screenshot or import an existing image, you can use the global shortcut or the tray menu. Once you have taken the screenshot, you can choose whether to capture the entire screen or a selected area. If you have multiple monitors, the screenshot will be taken based on the monitor where your mouse cursor is located.
After you have captured or imported an image, you can start editing it. Here's how:
- Add a note box and enter text. You can place the note box anywhere you want using the mouse.
- Resize the note boxes to fit your text.
- Change the style of your notes by adjusting font size, color, type, border color, default width, and creation position of note boxes.
- Use the pen tool to draw and erase freely. You can also adjust the thickness and color of the pen in the settings.
Once you're done editing, you can save your handwritten notes and screenshot as an image, or copy it to the clipboard. You can enter a name to be saved in the widget menu or set a prefix in the settings.
Capture Note also offers additional options that you can customize according to your preferences. Here are some of them:
- Turn on or off the feature that adds a default note when capturing a screenshot.
- Turn on or off the option to automatically start the application when the operating system starts.
By following these simple steps, you can easily use Capture Note to capture your ideas, annotate your screenshots, and share your work with others.