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Screen capture

Posted by mike_g_ (My Page) on
Wed, Jan 7, 09 at 18:17

I want to do a TUT for a friend in PSP 7. I need to do some screen captures in PSP7 its self. I know how to do it as an import from other programs but not of the PSP program.

Any help?

Thanks Mike G


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RE: Screen capture

Found a screen capture software I down loaded in past. I couldn't get it to work till I figured I had to turn the Office Lock switch off on keyboard. Good now.

Mike G


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RE: Screen capture

I need to do some screen captures in PSP7 its self. I know how to do it as an import from other programs but not of the PSP program.

I don't know if it is too "Urlee" for me to grasp, but you lost me there as to what you mean??????

Do you mean a screen shot of what is open in psp7 for you to save to send in e-mail?
Like this?

Photobucket

"URLEE"


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RE: Screen capture

Yes that is what I want. But I knew it could be done. And you did not tell how. The program I am using wants to print the capture. I have to stop that but it also saves as a jepg. It has no choice to just save as a file. I can do it now as I have PSP 2X and PSP 7 loaded. I have not tried that yet.

Mike G


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RE: Screen capture

I just hit my Print Screen key and right clicked to paste as new image (on PSP screen). Cropped it to just the part I wanted and saved it as a jpg.


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RE: Screen capture

Thanks worked great. You can also paste in Paint. Holding "Alt" key just does current window in both programs. I tried this before with Paint and it didn't work because I have a " Office Lock" button on my keyboard. If It is on it does not let it work.

Mike G


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