I do a lot of documentation at work and it is by far my least favorite part of what I do. I use Windows 7 and 8. Windows 7 comes with a program called Problem Step Recorder that records screenshots of clicks and allows you to input comments. Windows 8 includes a slightly updated version called Steps Recorder. PSR and Steps work but are limited in function. PSR is limited to 100 screenshots and outputs to an MHTML file that has to be edited in Word. The file doesn't come out right if I convert it to a PDF. Steps in Windows 8 simply increases the screenshots to 999. Jing has a bit of what I want. I'd like the ability to record video of my screen, even though it may not be used much, it would be useful for some training I'll be making. It'll do screenshots and output them into a file then I can create the document from that. I haven't used SnagIt yet. This might be the option I go if the trial pans out. I've been using something called ScreenHunt free. It allows me to press a hotkey for screenshots that automatically are saved to a folder. From there I usually use Word to drag images and type to explain what I need. Then convert to PDF. I'm open for suggestions based on use. Free is obviously preferred but I don't mind paying $50-100 for something that works well. I won't pay for the software if they don't have a trial. Suggestions?