Screenshots?

Hi,
    I am writing a piece of software, part of which has been in MSVC++, but most of which is in Delphi. My problem is that I need to get screenshots printed out so that I can include them in the project documentation and in a project presentation. I've tried printscreen, but, as I had suspected, didn't do anything.
Can anyone help?
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MarcelitoConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Ok! The page

http://www.hyperionics.com 

contans a Beta version of HyperSnap-DX Pro. This program help you for get screenshots.
Good Luck!!!
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ZifNabCommented:
What do you want?

 To write your own Screenshot program?
 Or just use a screenshot program? Like PSP or Corel or, ....
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NikWhitAuthor Commented:
ZifNab,
      No, I don't want to write a screenshot program. I think that might take a bit of doing. I've got Corel, so I'll have a look at doing it on there...
      Nik

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NikWhitAuthor Commented:
I've tried running CCapture, but it doesn't seem to work! I've tried alt+printscreen and just printscreen and neither do anything. Do you have any suggestions?
Cheers...

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MarcelitoCommented:
Hi. See the page

http://www.hyperionics.com

and download a beta version of HyperSnap-DX Pro.
Good Luck!!
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NikWhitAuthor Commented:
Marcelito,
    Thanks for the tip! Seems like exactly what I'm looking for. Thanks very much. Answer the questions and I'll give you some points.

ZifNab,
    I tried Corel, but I couldn't get it to work at all. Sorry...


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ZifNabCommented:
Hi NikWhit,

I don't mind at all, besides a good caputer is also PSP : Paint Shop Pro, is not expensive and rely good!

Good Luck!

Zif.
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pjdbCommented:
Your print screen copy the desktop image to the cliboard. Simply paste in paint or any other windows software that manage images.

JDB
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