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VB.NET screen capture

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Just wondering the best way to take a screen capture, do I monitor the Clipboard for changes or do I monitor the Print Screen button for a keypress (if so how?)?
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I found a solution, but your answer works too so Ill give you the points. I used low level key stuff to monitor the Print Screen key then saved the clipboard, easy.
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