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I want to take a screenshot of a PDF file that has three pages.

How could I combine the three pages into one single screenshot?

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You could just take several screen shots and cut and paste them into one image. – Linger Jul 22 '12 at 13:23
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I believe Snagit could do that – at least in version 9. – slhck Jul 22 '12 at 13:59
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Snagit is your best bet. Should you need to stitch them together on your own, try Microsoft ICE research.microsoft.com/en-us/um/redmond/groups/ivm/ice – Martheen Cahya Paulo Jul 22 '12 at 16:06

Windows 7 natively has "Snipping tool" (under accessoires) that you can use to gather each page (or section of page) and then paste with paint to a new image. Each "New image" automatically puts it in the paste buffer. You could also print the selected pages to a new PDF, if you have configured a generic PDF printer.

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Press the Print Screen button (usually between the letter and numeric keys) on the page you want to take a screenshot. Then open Microsoft Paint or other image editing program and press Ctrl+V (paste).

Proceed similarly with other pages.

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