Before marking up your plans, particularly for the punch process many clients use the Spaces Tool to designate areas. Today’s tip is a bonus of taking the time to create spaces. You can grab a snapshot of a space quickly. Just open the spaces tab and right click!
There are a few Settings | Preferences (CTL+K) for the Snapshot Tool that you can tweak including the resolution, whether you want vector graphics when pasting to another program and including markups in your snapshots. Obviously for the punch process you’d want to include the markups but there are applications for not including the markups as well.
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