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PicPick :: All-in-one Design Tools, Screen Capture, Image editor, Color Picker, Pixel Ruler...
Very good indeed, and free for personal use.
For that specific operation, ( and PicPick can do an awful of things), with PicPick running in the tray, you just press <shift> <PrtScrn> and the program gives you a set of mouse controlled cross-hairs to select whatever you want. You can also edit the results etc etc.
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