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I want to store the screen in a picture. How can I do this?
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rene100 earned 40 total points
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Hi shellman

You can use this code:

procedure TForm1.BitBtn1Click(Sender: TObject);
var
Handle: integer;
begin
Handle:=GetDesktopWindow;
Handle:=GetWindowDC(Handle);
BitBlt(image1.canvas.handle,0,0,form1.width,form1.height,Handle,0,0,SRCCOPY);
image1.picture.SaveToFile('c:\testfile.bmp');
end;

reagards

rene
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