Remember how self-satisfied you felt after taking your first screenshot with the Print Screen key? Well, you'll be insufferable once you get your mitts on FullShot, a flexible, feature-rich screenshot utility that lets you capture images of anything on the screen, including buttons, menus, toolbars, windows, and even long documents that need to be scrolled. The program's rich editing features let you quickly resize images, convert them to other formats (even in batch), or add labels, balloons, and arrows. Users who work with hundreds of images can annotate and search them with capable database tools. The straightforward interface supports hot keys (useful for capturing images without interrupting full-screen games) and inserts convenient snapshot buttons into the title bars of other applications. Two slim rulers on the top and left side of the screen show the size of the active window in centimeters, inches, or pixels--a very handy feature. No matter what sort of screenshot you have in mind, with FullShot you'll never be at a loss.