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  • 1. ©jaysonijalo 2014 1 How to use Shutter – Screenshot Tools Ubuntu Version
  • 2. ©jaysonijalo 2014 2 What is Shutter – Screenshot Tools ?
  • 3. ©jaysonijalo 2014 3 Shutter is a feature-rich screenshot program
  • 4. ©jaysonijalo 2014 4 You can take a screenshot Of a specific area
  • 5. ©jaysonijalo 2014 5 Your whole screen, or even Of a website
  • 6. ©jaysonijalo 2014 6
  • 7. ©jaysonijalo 2014 7 Shutter is FREE and Open Source
  • 8. ©jaysonijalo 2014 8
  • 9. ©jaysonijalo 2014 9 Apply different Effects to it
  • 10. ©jaysonijalo 2014 10
  • 11. ©jaysonijalo 2014 11 Let's begin!
  • 12. ©jaysonijalo 2014 12 In your launcher locate your browser
  • 13. ©jaysonijalo 2014 13
  • 14. ©jaysonijalo 2014 14 Double-click Internet browser
  • 15. ©jaysonijalo 2014 15
  • 16. ©jaysonijalo 2014 16 Type www.shutter-project.org In address bar
  • 17. ©jaysonijalo 2014 17
  • 18. ©jaysonijalo 2014 18 This what webpage Look a like
  • 19. ©jaysonijalo 2014 19
  • 20. ©jaysonijalo 2014 20 Let's download Shutter
  • 21. ©jaysonijalo 2014 21 In your launcher locate Ubuntu Software Center
  • 22. ©jaysonijalo 2014 22
  • 23. ©jaysonijalo 2014 23 Click Ubuntu Software Center
  • 24. ©jaysonijalo 2014 24
  • 25. ©jaysonijalo 2014 25 This what Ubuntu Software Center Look a like
  • 26. ©jaysonijalo 2014 26 Type Shutter in search
  • 27. ©jaysonijalo 2014 27
  • 28. ©jaysonijalo 2014 28 To install Shutter Click install
  • 29. ©jaysonijalo 2014 29
  • 30. ©jaysonijalo 2014 30 Enter password to install
  • 31. ©jaysonijalo 2014 31
  • 32. ©jaysonijalo 2014 32 Click Authenticate
  • 33. ©jaysonijalo 2014 33
  • 34. ©jaysonijalo 2014 34 Shutter installed
  • 35. ©jaysonijalo 2014 35 How to run Shutter?
  • 36. ©jaysonijalo 2014 36 In your launcher locate Dash Home icon
  • 37. ©jaysonijalo 2014 37
  • 38. ©jaysonijalo 2014 38 Click Dash Home
  • 39. ©jaysonijalo 2014 39
  • 40. ©jaysonijalo 2014 40 In search bar type Shutter
  • 41. ©jaysonijalo 2014 41
  • 42. ©jaysonijalo 2014 42 Click Shutter
  • 43. ©jaysonijalo 2014 43
  • 44. ©jaysonijalo 2014 44 This is Shutter look like
  • 45. ©jaysonijalo 2014 45
  • 46. ©jaysonijalo 2014 46 Let's explore Shutter
  • 47. ©jaysonijalo 2014 47 Quick look in Shutter toolbar
  • 48. ©jaysonijalo 2014 48
  • 49. ©jaysonijalo 2014 49 Let's use Selection
  • 50. ©jaysonijalo 2014 50
  • 51. ©jaysonijalo 2014 51 Capture area with your Mouse to select specified Screen area
  • 52. ©jaysonijalo 2014 52 Draw a rectangular area Using mouse
  • 53. ©jaysonijalo 2014 53
  • 54. ©jaysonijalo 2014 54 To take a screenshot Press Enter key
  • 55. ©jaysonijalo 2014 55 Screenshot using Selection
  • 56. ©jaysonijalo 2014 56 Let's use Desktop button
  • 57. ©jaysonijalo 2014 57
  • 58. ©jaysonijalo 2014 58 Take a screenshot of your whole desktop
  • 59. ©jaysonijalo 2014 59 Screenshot using Desktop
  • 60. ©jaysonijalo 2014 60 Let's use Window button
  • 61. ©jaysonijalo 2014 61
  • 62. ©jaysonijalo 2014 62 Take a screenshot of a specific window
  • 63. ©jaysonijalo 2014 63 Capture active browser
  • 64. ©jaysonijalo 2014 64 Capture your Desktop
  • 65. ©jaysonijalo 2014 65 Capture active workspace
  • 66. ©jaysonijalo 2014 66 Take a screenshot of a website
  • 67. ©jaysonijalo 2014 67 Click Globe icon
  • 68. ©jaysonijalo 2014 68 Click Globe icon
  • 69. ©jaysonijalo 2014 69 Shutter window for website capture will pop up
  • 70. ©jaysonijalo 2014 70
  • 71. ©jaysonijalo 2014 71 Type the website you Wish to capture
  • 72. ©jaysonijalo 2014 72
  • 73. ©jaysonijalo 2014 73 Click Capture button
  • 74. ©jaysonijalo 2014 74
  • 75. ©jaysonijalo 2014 75 Successfully captured website
  • 76. ©jaysonijalo 2014 76 Let's explore the Edit feature
  • 77. ©jaysonijalo 2014 77 The use of the built-in Editor is highlight important
  • 78. ©jaysonijalo 2014 78 ...fragments of screenshot or crop it to desired size
  • 79. ©jaysonijalo 2014 79 Click Edit button
  • 80. ©jaysonijalo 2014 80
  • 81. ©jaysonijalo 2014 81 Edit window look like
  • 82. ©jaysonijalo 2014 82 Side toolbar menu
  • 83. ©jaysonijalo 2014 83 Adjust color, stroke color, Line width and Font
  • 84. ©jaysonijalo 2014 84 Let's try Freehand tool
  • 85. ©jaysonijalo 2014 85
  • 86. ©jaysonijalo 2014 86 Click Freehand tool
  • 87. ©jaysonijalo 2014 87 Highlight some part of screenshot using Freehand tool
  • 88. ©jaysonijalo 2014 88
  • 89. ©jaysonijalo 2014 89 Click Highlighter
  • 90. ©jaysonijalo 2014 90
  • 91. ©jaysonijalo 2014 91 Highlight some part of Screenshot using Highlighter tool
  • 92. ©jaysonijalo 2014 92
  • 93. ©jaysonijalo 2014 93 Click Straight Line
  • 94. ©jaysonijalo 2014 94
  • 95. ©jaysonijalo 2014 95 You can draw lines to screenshot
  • 96. ©jaysonijalo 2014 96
  • 97. ©jaysonijalo 2014 97 Click Arrow
  • 98. ©jaysonijalo 2014 98
  • 99. ©jaysonijalo 2014 99 You can put arrow to screenshot
  • 100. ©jaysonijalo 2014 100
  • 101. ©jaysonijalo 2014 101 You can add primitives, like Rectangles, ellipses, etc.
  • 102. ©jaysonijalo 2014 102
  • 103. ©jaysonijalo 2014 103
  • 104. ©jaysonijalo 2014 104 Add some text to the screenshot
  • 105. ©jaysonijalo 2014 105 Click Text Icon
  • 106. ©jaysonijalo 2014 106
  • 107. ©jaysonijalo 2014 107 Preferences box will appear
  • 108. ©jaysonijalo 2014 108
  • 109. ©jaysonijalo 2014 109 In Preferences box you can add text
  • 110. ©jaysonijalo 2014 110
  • 111. ©jaysonijalo 2014 111 You can adjust font size and style
  • 112. ©jaysonijalo 2014 112 Click Sans button
  • 113. ©jaysonijalo 2014 113
  • 114. ©jaysonijalo 2014 114 Pick a font window appear
  • 115. ©jaysonijalo 2014 115
  • 116. ©jaysonijalo 2014 116 You can change font color
  • 117. ©jaysonijalo 2014 117 Click Font Color button
  • 118. ©jaysonijalo 2014 118
  • 119. ©jaysonijalo 2014 119 Choose font color Window appear
  • 120. ©jaysonijalo 2014 120
  • 121. ©jaysonijalo 2014 121 Click Censor portion
  • 122. ©jaysonijalo 2014 122
  • 123. ©jaysonijalo 2014 123 Censor portion of the Screenshot to hide Private data
  • 124. ©jaysonijalo 2014 124
  • 125. ©jaysonijalo 2014 125 Click Pixelize
  • 126. ©jaysonijalo 2014 126
  • 127. ©jaysonijalo 2014 127 Pixelize selected area of your screenshot to hide Private data
  • 128. ©jaysonijalo 2014 128
  • 129. ©jaysonijalo 2014 129 Click auto-increment shape
  • 130. ©jaysonijalo 2014 130
  • 131. ©jaysonijalo 2014 131 Add an auto-increment Shape to the screenshot
  • 132. ©jaysonijalo 2014 132
  • 133. ©jaysonijalo 2014 133 Last but not least Click Crop tool
  • 134. ©jaysonijalo 2014 134
  • 135. ©jaysonijalo 2014 135 Choose area in screenshot to be Crop
  • 136. ©jaysonijalo 2014 136
  • 137. ©jaysonijalo 2014 137 Hit Enter in keyboard To Crop screenshot
  • 138. ©jaysonijalo 2014 138
  • 139. ©jaysonijalo 2014 139 You can now enjoy using Shutter screenshot tool
  • 140. ©jaysonijalo 2014 140 You have the power to achieve any goal you set your mind on. - Bo Sanchez