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I use the method Crimson gave (remembering to paste into a new layer or image). Followed by Control+Shift+X to crop to the selected area. It's fast, effective & works for me.

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Thank Crimson for comment, I have tried with the method you suggest before. Just want to find out anyway to speed up with my workload as I have a lot of screenshot need to be saved to compile in a user guide.

Thank you guys for recommendation of the programs. I will try out soon. :)

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