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Print Screen from Dos

Posted on 1998-11-06
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Since I installed Win98 I cannot perform a print screen from my dos program running under Windows. I have prtscrn unchecked in the properties, misc area. Does anyone know how I can get this function back?
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You will need to go online and download a progam called print key from the net. Once you install it you will be able to use your print screen key again. This problem also happens in Win95.
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I was able to do it with Win 95. It is only since Win98 that I can't do it.
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I DOWNLOADED THE SHAREWARE PROGRAM MENTIONED AND MY PROBLEM IS SOLVED!! I JUST WISH IT WASN'T NECESSARY TO USE A TSR TO DO IT.
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