Screen Grab

  dtw 17:00 25 Nov 04
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I’m sure in one of the early issues of Web user their was an article on a program that would let you grab and print the full screen, I have check back on early editions but can't find it. Can anyone help.
dtw

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 17:07 25 Nov 04

Screen Capture :-
Capture click here
Gadwin click here

  Billy911 17:08 25 Nov 04

There is a way you can do that without the program. Press the 'Print Screen' button on your keyboard then create a new Word document then click on 'Edit' then 'Paste'.

  rotormota 18:06 25 Nov 04

click here

I use this one.

  Nellie2 18:38 25 Nov 04

I like this one click here

  TomJerry 18:47 25 Nov 04

Press the 'Print Screen' to grab whole screen

"Shist + Print Screen" grab only active window

  TomJerry 18:47 25 Nov 04

Press the 'Print Screen' to grab whole screen

"Shift + Print Screen" grab only active window

  TomJerry 18:49 25 Nov 04

Irfanview click here

  smudge101 18:58 25 Nov 04

I don't see why you need a program on your machine that will sit using space when your computer is more than capable of the task already.
Just a note to add to TomJerry, the keys needed for 'active window only' differ from OS to OS, in winXP it is ALT+Printscreen, I can't remember the other OS's but I think you are right on with the shift key in 98 & ME.

  dtw 21:24 25 Nov 04

Thank's every body.
dtw

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