Print Screen

  Bun 17:16 10 Apr 08
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Hi guys, when you use the Print screen button where do I find the piccies? Ta

  VoG II 17:21 10 Apr 08

Start, Run, type

clipbrd.exe

and click OK. Or simply open a program like Paint and press CTRL + V

  keef66 17:24 10 Apr 08

as VoG says, it's on the clipboard, so you have to open a document and choose paste

  wis 19:03 10 Apr 08

press prtscn nothing will happen. then start all
programs assecories paint edit then paste and
thers your screen grab pick jpeg if you want to
attatch to e mail

or use freestone capture
click here

  jack 19:46 10 Apr 08

Gadwin screen capture
click here

  skidzy 20:09 10 Apr 08

Irfanview as a screen capture click here
simple and user friendly.

  Technotiger 20:13 10 Apr 08

I'm with *Raven* ... FastStone Capture (not freestone)is brill!

  Technotiger 20:18 10 Apr 08

PS - FastStone automatically saves your screen-pics, into your My Pictures folder, without any further input from yourself.

Technotiger,
Cheers mate dont know where i pulled freestone from lol

  RKMonty 20:31 10 Apr 08

Just curious about how out of date ( % wise ) my desktop pc in processing spreed is with compared to say a £600 desktop that I could purchase today.

I have a Mesh 2500r95 which has a AMD Athlon XP 1.85gh processor and with 1024md of memory.


I should add that it's still working fine.
Thanks

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