Save print preview as jpeg file

Posted on 2001-07-30
Last Modified: 2008-03-04
I have a print preview which does not fit entirely on one screen.

I tried using "Capture Express" (Capex) to save captured area as jpeg file.  It works well but I cannot get the entire print preview into the captured area.

Any way to store the print preview in jpeg file ??
Question by:CLAPPER
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glass_cookie earned 150 total points
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Here's a file over the internet for you:


Description: This Code is for Converting a Windows Bitmap to a Jpeg file. All the code is there for you to do what you like Also the Code for the DLL file I must Tell you That it has been wrote in Delphi 4 if you have any problums with the dll then let me now.

just in case you needed it as it saves as a bitmap.

Here's the 2nd one:


Description: Let the user grab part of the screen and save it in a JPEG file (26K

That's it!

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by:Éric Moreau
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see the "screen grabber utility" at

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