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How to start SnagIt 2019.1.1 Editor from VBA
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To test, put this in a bat file "Snagit.bat" and run it:
Snagit.bat  content =[  start "Snagit" "C:\Program Files\TechSmith\Snagit 2019\Snagit32.exe" "%1"  ]
(inside the brackets only, single spaces before/or after all double quotes)

From Excel, you can hyperlink to the bat file, although IMO, hyperlinking is much better behaved from . . . Open Office's Calc program.

From VBA? I've always steered clear of any macro that contains a valid internet or local address, so you're on your own.