Application windows capturing and automatic annotation

Dr.Explain is exceptionally useful for authoring help files with many screenshots and technical illustrations.
Built-in screenshot capturing tool analyzes internal structure of captured windows or web forms and automatically creates numbered annotations for all significant GUI elements: buttons, fields, options, menus, toolbars and so on. All you have to do is add some descriptive text to complete the window annotation.
In the sample picture below, Dr.Explain recognized all window controls and enumerated them. Author simply picked required numbered callouts, adjusted their positions and tweaked their titles accordingly.
Dr.Explain can capture and analyze windows, forms and controls made with any programming technology like MS Visual Studio (WinAPI C\C++, MFC,  WTL, Visual Basic, C#, VB.NET, ASP.NET, WinForms, WPF, etc.) Delphi, Clarion, FoxPro, MS Access, and other software development environments for Windows OS platform.
For large projects, these screenshot annotation operations would take hours with other help authoring tools, while with Dr.Explain you can accomplish it in minutes.
Dr.Explain can also handle Web pages and Shockwave Flash (SWF) programs.