Trying To Create Some Instructions and Want To Include Some Visual Aids, such as a diagram to go with the text

The usual method of copying and pasting into a Word document does not work here.  
rd280zAsked:
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Danny ChildConnect With a Mentor IT ManagerCommented:
HyperSnap can capture lots of screen types, even those that don't work with dlwyatt's offering - ie games, plus pages like long web pages that are larger than your screen.  
http://www.hyperionics.com/

In Word, you can also do Insert.. Picture.. From File and browse to insert most common image file formats.
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dlwyatt82Commented:
Give me ambiguity or give me something else! :)

Seriously though, are you talking about including screenshots in a document? Just push your Print Screen key (or Alt+Print Screen if you only want the active window / dialog, not the entire screen). You can then paste into Word, or into an image editor if you prefer (mspaint, photoshop, whatever) to make any modifications.
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stravzeConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Try a program called SnagIT from this company http://www.techsmith.com/  its excellent
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jabiiiCommented:
save the diagram and import it into word?

also i have heard snagit is very simple to use and handy as stravze suggested.

can you give us  a little more to go on?
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