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Hi,

How can I capture a snapshot in my win2k pro?
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by:sunnycoder
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Hi lomlom,

ctrl+print scrn .... now paste in ms paint

Cheers!
Sunny:o)
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by:liddler
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<Ctrl><Print Screen>
Hold Ctrl key down, press Print Screen, then open Paint, then paste (<Ctrl>V)
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victorbx earned 125 total points
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let me be more specific ...

in order to get a snapshot of a single window , you need to press on    ALT + Print Screen
then you can paste it in to ms paint , word , outlook

you have the abbility to capture all the desktop ( including the START button and the bar downthere )
with CTRL + Print Screen

Enjoy

Victor
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