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Use print screen in Gencontrol

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I am using Gencontrol to remote into a user's desktop -- please advise how I can use the "print screen" function to print a screen and then paste it in Word on my computer (host) --  I tried "print screen" then "alt print screen" but that didn't seem to work.  Any help is appreciated.  Thanks,
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you should just be able to hit print screen, go to word and click paste.  i just tried it on mine and it worked perfectly.


i'll tell you whats real good to use screen shots though.  i use firefox and theres an extension called fireshot.  after installing it, you can right click anywhere on the screen and capture the screen shot. u can then edit it after it captures and crop, etc.  then it saves to a jpeg.

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Thanks for your assistance....  The copy & paste did work after all.....
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