Re: capturing clean screen images for book

Subject: Re: capturing clean screen images for book
From: Peter <pnewman1 -at- home -dot- com>
To: Dina Marroquin <DMarroquin -at- FRXSOFT -dot- com>
Date: Fri, 03 Mar 2000 07:18:58 -0500

Dina Marroquin wrote:
> Hello.
> Our software creates financial reports. When you print a report, it looks
> great. However, when you take a screen shot of a report, the image looks
> jagged. (I use SnagIt.) I think I understand why and that's not really my
> question. Anyway, we have a book that the marketing department created that
> showcases different types of reports that you can generate with our
> software. It appears that they printed out the reports and then pasted them
> in a master document, sending that to the printer to create a book. I've now
> inherited this book and it's time for an update. I suppose I could do the
> same thing, but it seems like in this day and age, there has to be a better
> way. Does anyone know of a way for me to capture these files electronically
> in a clean, non-jagged, wonderful-looking format? Help. I have tried
> printing the files to a Hijaak Pro file, but it strips the formatting from
> my reports which is not ideal. Any other ideas? Am I missing something?
> Thanks in advance,
> Dina

Try the simple way. {ctrl-alt-Print Screen} I h
have found that in many cases it provides shots so clear I cannot tell
them from the original.


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You soon realize they both enjoy it.

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