some info for you from my notes:
Making a Tutorial
Ok i use screen print a lot to make tutorials in word documents for my own reference.
If you want the whole screen press screen print key. (located above the INSERT key).
If you only want a picture of a popup window hold the Alt key and press screen print.
To dump them in your word doc, click the curser into the word doc.
Press [cntrl V] keys (which is paste) and it pastes in .
Hilite the pic so you can shrink the pic on the diagonal to fit a better size.
In word select the toolbar "picture" On this tool bar is the crop menu so you can crop out unwanted parts.
Remember to always adjust the pic only on the diagonal to keep it in proportion. If you stuff up paste it again.
Adjust the size of the pic so you can type text down one side.
While the pic is hilited, Right click the pic and select -format
In the layout tab, select - square (this allows text down the side)
and select the bullet "right" to locate the pic.
In the size tab, take note of the height. (Write it down)
On repeat dumping of the more pics, just hilite and format them to the same height and they will all look the same in the doc. (No need to do diagonal shrinking)
Note if you move a pic, even just a little, you have to set that "right" bullet again. This will ensure all the pics are lined up.
After a while you get quick at it.