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Capturing just a region of the screen.

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Does anyone have a piece of code for just capturing a region of the screen. Not an entire window.

Let's say a user hit's a key, the mouse turns into crosshairs and he can drag it across a region, sending it to either the clipboard or to a picture box.
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Check out MSKB article #Q161299 at:
http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/q161/2/99.asp

It's not 100% what you want, but there's enough information to get you on your way.

I submit this as a comment.  If it solves your problem, let me know and I'll resubmit it as an answer.
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by:VBert
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clifABB, that will do it.  I was too lazy to search the Knowledge Base.  Go ahead and post as answer.

Thanks,
VBert
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Glad I could be of service.

Check out MSKB article #Q161299 at:
http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/q161/2/99.asp 

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