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Help Me Create A Tutorial With Screenshots

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    Giving Windows 7 A Shot

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I Often Take Screenshots Of Installations And Problems In Order To Show My Friends Who Are A Bit Less Experienced Than I Am(Not That I'm Much).
Basically I Use These Screenshots To Show Them How To Get Certain Things Done Or Help Them Counter A Problem. I Usually Put All The Screenshots In A Folder And Number Them So They View Them In Order And Correspond To The Instructions. I Add Basic Captioning.

I'm Looking For An App That Will Create A Comic Strip Style Tutorial Or A Clickable Intuitive Slideshow Tutorial With Advanced Captioning. I Have Already Paid For Screen Capturing Software =Techsmith SnagIt Now All I Need Is An App That Will Organise These Screenshots. I've Tried Video Capturing And Its The Best But The Output File Is Large Even After Extreme Compression. My Best Bet Is Slideshow!

Please Help Me Out!

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Ummmm..... Powerpoint?

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WINK is pretty much exactly what you describe. I use it when I need to make tutorials for people, and it's pretty effective. I use Jing when I just want to show someone something quick 'n easy and don't need to add notes or do any modification.

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