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How could I output a screenshot to a file with just executing an .EXE?

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avya2k earned 225 total points
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If this u want in vb then visit and check www.avya.freeservers.com and see for screen capture in Downloads
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by:ZalexZ
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Write your own exe!
Here's a good link, i use it and it work fine:

http://www.codeguru.com/bitmap/window_to_file.shtml

The additional functions you need you can find here:

http://codeguru.earthweb.com/bitmap/ddb_to_dib.shtml
http://codeguru.earthweb.com/bitmap/bitmap_to_file.shtml

mfg
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by:alexsys
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Uh,...I wasn't asking for the exe, I know how to screen capture, and I can find my way with just
 ClipBoard.GetData(), but I wanted ideas on how to save it to a file.

Anyway, avya's source is way more than enough, I took a look at it and already am half way finishing it.

Thanks Avya.
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