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vrf Enquiry on VEE to capture display for E4406A vector spectrum

Question asked by sboerman on Jun 30, 2004
Just my $.02 worth- if you do a lot of capturing of screen parts, SnagIt (Techsmith.com) makes it really easy & lets you save captures as a .jpg or other type file, with lots of options.  About $40.00 USD, and well worth it IMHO.
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-----Original Message-----
From: ext Michael Asbery [mailto:michael.asbery@nrl.navy.mil]
Sent: 01 July, 2004 7:56 AM
To: VRF
Subject: [vrf] RE: AW: RE: VEEs are not found /Screenshot


Actually, there are two built in screen captures in windows(98->XP)
1. Press <PRINT SCREEN> - Puts the entire screen on the clipboard
2. Press <ALT><PRINT SCREEN> - Puts the active window on the clipboard
(Great for capturing Popup screens)

Then open paint, word,... And hit paste( or <CTRL><V>) and you get the
screen shot you want.

I know there are commercial packages that allow you to draw a selection
rectangle around a portion of the screen, but a full screen capture, pasted
into MS-Paint, would then allow you to select and copy out any portion of
the screen you wanted.

Why spend money if you don't have to.

v/r

Mike

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-----Original Message-----
From: Baranski, Detlef [mailto:Detlef.Baranski@PILKINGTON.de]
Sent: Thursday, July 01, 2004 2:36 AM
To: VRF
Subject: [vrf] AW: RE: VEEs are not found /Screenshot



Incidentally how did you capture the screenshot?
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Gregg C Levine hansolofalcon@worldnet.att.net
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hello Greg,
making a screenshot is a built in windows function...but it is not well
known ;-(

Press the Print  ( Or Druck ) button. That captures the actual sceeen. Then
go to a paint program like MS-Paint and insert it via ctrl- V  or via insert
menu.

If you need better capture facility there are some extra programs available
like Hypersnap DX.

Best regards,
detlef



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