Especially when it saves typing words, numbers or having to describe which functions and what values were used in Adobe Premiere. The picture was created using the Snipping Tool on my Windows 7 Professional desktop. The Snipping Tool, like Grab for Mac users, enables you to select a portion of the screen and take a picture. The key differences between the Snipping Tool and Grab are the Snipping Tool allows you to highlight and/or circle the key information. For me, it was the two functions Invert and Luma Key and their values. Even more impressive is the ability to save and send the image as an email attachment. Also the image is saved as a jpg, not a tiff, as it is with Grab. So, if you are a Mac user and you need a .jpg, you’ll have to open the .tiff image in Preview and then save it as a .jpg. Snipping Tool is available only in the Home Premium, Professional, Ultimate, and Enterprise editions of Windows 7.