How to export multiple screen captures into one single document in Snagit 13

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Is there a way to take multiple screen captures and export them into a single document?  Word, PDF, or PowerPoint.  Everything I have tried puts each screen shot into it's own file/document instead of combining them.

I'm using a Windows computer.

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Open the Snag-It Editor and drag each separate screen capture into the editing window. You can stack them, line then up etc.
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Hey Max, dragging the separate screen capture into the editing window works!  But, how do I get the page breaks correctly inserted between each screen?  Right now if the first page is half a page screen capture, part of the second screen is incorporated to the first page.  Thanks!
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I just tried that.  It's not very user friendly or easy to work with.  I may have up to 20+ captures that I'm trying to work with.  Any other helpful hints?

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The alternative is to save each capture and then open them in a third party application like Powerpoint or PhotoShop. Once they're opened in the third party app they can be arranged very easily.
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Hi Max! I'm trying to marry a voice over to a children's book. You seem to know quite a bit! My question is, I have a print pdf of the book, so it's all 36 pages within one PDF container. Can that be used in Snagit to create a video? And then can I simply somehow place the voice over which is in proper YouTube format against it? Actually I need to follow the speed of the voice over for the turning of the pages. Does Snagit even do the simulated page turning?  thanks!
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Actually, I just realized i would need to buy Camtasia, so thank you in advance but I don't want to waste your time now that I realize I have the wrong product!!!
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Hey Max, dragging the separate screen capture into the editing window works!  But, how do I get the page breaks correctly inserted between each screen?  Right now if the first page is half a page screen capture, part of the second screen is incorporated to the first page.  Thanks!

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