Capture Rectangle Area
You may capture a rectangle area by one of the following ways,
  • The button "Capture Rectangle Area" in the capture tabbed window.
  • The drop-down menu: Capture > Capture Rectangle
  • Short Key: Ctrl + F4
  • Hot Key set from "Tools > Set Hot Keys..."
  • Right click the iScreenCapture icon located at the system tray area, and click the menu item "Capture Rectangle"
After call the capture function, you may move the mouse cursor on computer screen to drag and drop to select a rectangle area. And you may do the following to finish the capture:
  • Click the mouse
  • Press the key "Return" or "Enter" on your keyboard
  • Press the key "Blank" on your keyboard
Please pay attention that you may press keyboard "Return" (or "Enter") or "Blank Space" to replace the mouse click.

You may walk through a whole capturing procedure for rectangle by the following steps:
  1. Move your mouse cursor to the start point or a pixel near it
  2. Press arrows left, up, right, down to move the cursor to the start point exactly
  3. Left click the mouse or press the key "Return" ("Enter") or "Blank Space" to select the start point
  4. Move your mouse cursor to the end point or a pixel near it
  5. Press arrows left, up, right, down to move the cursor to the end point exactly
  6. If you like, you may also use the key "Tab" to move mouse cursor to any of the four corner points of the rectangle. And you may use the arrows left, right, up, down with "Shift" or "Ctrl" to adjust the rectangle accurately.
  7. Left click the mouse or press the key "Return" ("Enter") or "Blank Space" to capture immediately.
And you may use the following key strokes to select the rectangle more accurately:
  • Left Arrow - move the mouse cursor 1 pixel left
  • Right Arrow - move the mouse cursor 1 pixel right
  • Up Arrow - move the mouse cursor 1 pixel up
  • Down Arrow - move the mouse cursor 1 pixel down
  • Shift + Left Arrow - move the mouse cursor 5 pixels left
  • Shift + Right Arrow - move the mouse cursor 5 pixels right
  • Shift + Up Arrow - move the mouse cursor 5 pixels up
  • Shift + Down Arrow - move the mouse cursor 5 pixels down
  • Ctrl + Left Arrow - move the mouse cursor 10 pixels left
  • Ctrl + Right Arrow - move the mouse cursor 10 pixels right
  • Ctrl + Up Arrow - move the mouse cursor 10 pixels up
  • Ctrl + Down Arrow - move the mouse cursor 10 pixels down
  • Alt + Left Arrow - move the mouse cursor to the left-bottom point of the rectangle
  • Alt + Right Arrow - move the mouse cursor to the right-top point of the rectangle
  • Alt + Up Arrow - move the mouse cursor to the left-top point of the rectangle
  • Alt + Down Arrow - move the mouse cursor to the right-bottom point of the rectangle
  • Tab - switch the mouse cursor at the 4 different points of the rectangle from one to another
If you checked the item "Quick Capture when release mouse button" from "Tools > Options > Capture", then you need only click you mouse one time by the following steps:
  1. Move you mouse cursor to the start point
  2. Press down the mouse (hold on and do not release the button)
  3. Move you mouse cursor to the end point
  4. Release the mouse button, and the area from the start point to the end point will be captured
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