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How to capture screen window of a process

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How to capture screen window of a process (PID)?
Ex. internet explorer tabs or Chrome tabs?
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I attend conversation about screen capture some time ago:
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Languages/Pascal/Delphi/Q_28286402.html
If you want only part of screen - then use handle of that window using something like this:
hWin := FindWindow;

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If you have PID - you can get main window enumerating top level windows with
EnumWindows and compare your PID with one get from GetWindowThreadProcessID.
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Take a Screen Shot of an Inactive Window
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