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intellitrace in Visual Studio 2010

Hi experts,

I'm using Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate Edition.

I read this article about the intellitrace feature in Visual Studio 2010
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/magazine/ee336126.aspx


So i have Windows Forms application. That I'm using intellitrace to debug.
When I run intellitrace, I get a list of steps that are executed as I step through my application.

It looks like this. This picture is from the example in the link above.

intellitrace records
My application looks similiar but on mine i have to scroll up and down to see all the steps executed because on my I have more steps then on this exampl..

So my question is,  is there a way to print this?
If I do a print screen I can print what's on the screen but I want to print the whole list of items all at once, instead of doing print screen and then scrolling down and then print screen again.
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maqskywalker
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jmcmunnCommented:
Snag-It screen capture has the ability to capture any scrolling region as a single image.  It's a pretty robust and awesome tool.  It's not free though.  $50, with a free trial.

https://store.techsmith.com/order/snagit.asp

Alternately, you could try just doing a Ctrl+A and then Ctrl+C to copy the text.  It's surprising how often that works well in visual studio...then paste it into Excel or something and go from there.
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