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I need a print screen utility that is similar to the snipping tool in Windows 7 for Xenapp 6.5 users that are running windows XP

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I have a small Xenapp 6.5 farm with 3 Windows 2008 R2 servers with several published apps.  I have a need for a screen print application that is similar to the snipped tool in Windows 7.  I need to be able to print screen and resize the picture and paste it back into another program.  In their old environment they have published desktops so their old app PrintKey2000 works just fine.  It won't work with the published apps though.  Any ideas of what I can use?

FYI the end users are still using Windows XP
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Try SnagIt (Techsmith.com). This a full function replacement for the snipping tool in Windows 7.
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I have used Winsnap for many years.  It does cost a little ($30) however, but very serviceable.
http://www.ntwind.com/software/winsnap.html
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@Chad Franks  - Thank you and I was happy to help. I like SnagIt a lot.
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