My first thought is that you held down the print key too long. Ok, I will try to go through this a bit.
First, when the "print" key is assigned to PicPick, you hit they key once per screen shot. If you hold it down, it can take numerous screen shots at a time, finding numerous pictures in a folder.
Also,the screen shot is automatically saved to a folder of your choice or the default PicPick folder. You don't have to paste anything. BUT, you can capture to clipboard which is temporary storage and then you can paste just like the normal print option but with "more options" like the auto scroll.
Now.. to save a screen shot to a folder, do this...
1. Create a folder somewhere convenient for you, typically I create a folder called "Screenies" or "Screenshots" within my Pictures folder so it's easy to find.
2. First, right click the PicPick icon in the task bar or hidden icons in lower right of task bar.
Click "Program Options" , click Auto Save in the large box that comes up, it will be on the left. Make sure Auto Save check box is checked in main window right above choose directory. In the choose directory to save the capture, browse to the folder you created, highlight it or double click it to choose, click OK.
3.Now, on the left side again, up at the top is the "capture" button, click on that and in the main window,click on main large button, I don't know what default option it will have but click on it and choose, "Save to image file". Click OK. It's done.
Every shot you take by hitting the print screen will save the image to that folder. Again, holding the key down can take NUMEROUS shots.
To save ONLY to clipboard just as you would with normal print screen key, do this... Same steps as above.
1 . Right click the PicPick icon in the task bar or hidden icons in lower right of task bar. Click "Program Options" , click Capture in the large box that comes up, it will be on the left at the top. Click on the large button that says "save to image file" a drop down menu will appear, choose "Copy to Clipboard". Click OK.
From there on, you will be able to hit the print screen to clipboard instead and paste as usual. The icing? You can still auto scroll to clipboard and then paste.
I hope this helps some. Once you get the hang of it, it's very easy and convenient to use. I like the SHIFT+Print to take a screen shot of a specific self measured area. I may create a tutorial on PicPick and blog it. Perhaps while everyone is passed out from too much Turkey, I will attempt it.