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Question asked by VRFuser on Jan 7, 1997
Subj:  VEE Screen Dumps
From: Peter Fender  <pmfa@eci-esyst.com>
Date:  8 Jan 97

In Windows 3.1 the PrintScreen key will copy the screen image
to the windows clipboard.  Alt-PrtSc will copy the current  _window_.
I think there is a Windows95 equivalent keystroke, too.

Then you can paste the clipboard into Paintbrush or any other
graphics program to save or edit the image.

The above is a manual process.  I don't know how you could do
it within a VEE program.

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from:      Marco Panzanella
     marco@gore.afep.cornell.edu
to:     VRf
date:     Tuesday, 8 January 1997

Hello HP-Vee-ers,
     Is there a good way to do screen dumps other than to do "print screen"? 
I am currently using print screen and Window's Poscript printer driver.  My
output is thus a postscript file.  This is fine for printing, but I have
dificulty using this file in graphic editors.  Also, the colors in the
postscript output are not as bright compared to the image on the monitor.  Is
there a way to get a PCX/GIF/BMP/etc output directly?  Thanks in advance.

Marco.



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