Dave, I have a profile for capturing to pdf directly. I am still using v11.4.1 because I will not upgrade to v12 or v13.
You should be able to download the profile from the link below. double click the .snagprof file and install it. It works for me.
Thanks cyrusmd - that is the solution! Personally I use a PDF program with a print spooler and find that the easier way even printing from snagit. But if you don't have that capability then the snagit profile will work!
I use Nuance (Power advanced version) to print my pdf files, cheaper alternative than Adobe.
Another option is also "Microsoft Print To Pdf" that is installed if you have Microsoft Office installed on your Laptop / PC.
The links on the capture made by the snagprof does not work in v11.4.1 either but it still is a nice profile to have. I think Techsmith killed it before v11.4.1.
It is a nifty little profile if it works for you.
Have a great day or night wherever you are.
Ocacsionally really means that I need that feature on a daily basis but, because doing it with SnagIt is so tedious, I rarely spend the time required to achieve what I need.
For JL1's issue, there's a slightly different workaround if you have Microsoft's OneNote or Word. There are add-ins for the SnagIt Editor available to output to OneNote (in the editor click "Share" on the menu at the very top, then select "Get more outputs..." which'll take you to a web page where you can get the plugins (and have to restart SnagIt to activate it)). You can output multiple snags (one at a time) from the Snagit Editor to a new page or an existing page in OneNote or to a new document (first time) or same document in Word. In the OneNote page, you'll find all the snags on top of each other, just drag them to where you want them on the page so they're visible. In a Word document, if you added a new line after each snag it'll look neat enough. Then print the page to a PDF as before.