How to save splits?

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I've reached hair-pulling-out level. How can I create splits and save them as separate files? I have one long video that needs to be broken up into sections. I see multiple references to something about "Produce Selection As" but I don't have that option anywhere (I've spent a lot of time looking). I'm in Camtasia 9.
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right click on a selected timeline section, and "Produce Selection As" os one of the options

alternatively, select a section of timeline, right click, and choose "add to Library" [no need to produce if all you want to do is be able to use the selection later [another location or in another project]
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These are the options I see when I right click on the timeline selection -
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you have to first make a selection using the color selectors on the playhead

this tutorial might be helpful if you want to use the Library ...

How To Use The Library To Break Up Large Projects Into Multiple Small Sections
http://www.screencast.com/t/2epIH0TuulzN
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Ahhh thank you so much! That's the piece I was missing! I was just using the markers to split and then right clicking the split. Thanks again!
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This is exactly what I am looking for - but I must not have this version? I don't mind that my camtasia set up is different ( I have Camtasia 3 and getting an update now on it... working on a mac) but I am not able to find the library referenced to do these steps. any ideas? Thank you!!!! 
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Camtasia Windows [CS9} has a "Library" component; I am not aware of any such functionality in the Mac version