Thanks - I figured that much. If there's no quick answer - "for that type screen, here's the options you need to select," then I'll have to study some tutorials more.
I was able to get it to piece together only 2 screen by selecting "user will scroll manually." BUT... using that method results in a LOT of repeated screens: "scroll up / down 1 page / line, then click OK."
I'd scroll up to top of the very short screen (or it was already at the top), click OK, but the same message popped up repeatedly. I got that method to work ONCE, but on several other tries, the SSC msgs to scroll up / down & click OK kept popping up. It has a "Tip" that says, "If you can't scroll that much, just hit OK at end." End of what?
When I clicked OK on those msg screens after scrolling the window down, it just popped up another. Often w/ same instructions, but sometimes different. Seemed like a loop. By the manual scrolling method, the numerous & persistent pop ups make it impossible to get consistent results. For such a short window, that has no horizontal scrolling, seems like it should only ask once to scroll down once, then click OK - & that'd be the end of it. Not the case, at all.
Tried several other methods - different options in scrolling capture. All resulted in same extreme # of repeated duplicate messages about scrolling, but following the prompts had very poor results. Seemed the prgm couldn't sense that I'd (or it, depending on selections) already scrolled to the bottom & had clicked OK. Process was complicated - because of multiple pop up screens, to capture a screen that would take up < 1/3 of an 8.5 x 11 sheet if printed. Results for this particular screen capture were poor for everything I tried. Even if I got it to work once using specific options, couldn't repeat the results, because on next attempt, using same options, the "scroll nnn & hit OK" screens just wouldn't stop coming.