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I need a free tool for image capture on Windows. The caveat -- it must handle "scrolling" in a window to give me a screen capture of the entire window (not just the showing part of the window, but everything else when I scroll down the page too) elegantly.

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Alright, I found a freeware solution - http://www.ducklink.com/.

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way to post your answer! Thanks. –  Jeff F. Apr 4 '11 at 18:56
    
Not working for me on Windows 7 , 19 July 2011 –  Nam G VU Jul 19 '11 at 7:28

Give Screenshot Captor a try. The UX is not something to write home about, but it's free and does scrolling.

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I haven't found anything yet. I have taken several screenshots and used a panoramic photo program that automatically stitches the images together.

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