Re: Screen Capture Question

Subject: Re: Screen Capture Question
From: Scott Dewbre <scott -at- emcreek -dot- com>
To: Barbara Bogucki <iluvsoftware -at- yahoo -dot- com>
Date: Sat, 15 Jul 2000 12:11:34 -0700

My experience has been that screen print and Paint works fine, particularly
for use in on-line and PDF documents.

There is a utility called Corel Capture that gives you a lot more control
over the process (file size, format, etc.) and sends the screen grab
directly to a file, so you can take a series of grabs non-stop. Among other
things, you can give the files a naming convention (cap1) and the program
will automatically name the files as you go (cap2, cap3, etc.)

I hope this is helpful.
--Scott Dewbre

Scott Dewbre
Senior Technical Writer / Instructional Designer
Emerald Creek Consultants
25060 Hancock Ave., Suite 130-162
Murrieta, CA 92562
phone: (909) 698-4775
fax: (909) 696-0365
email: scott -at- emcreek -dot- com

> From: Barbara Bogucki <iluvsoftware -at- yahoo -dot- com>
> Reply-To: Barbara Bogucki <iluvsoftware -at- yahoo -dot- com>
> Date: Sat, 15 Jul 2000 11:38:47 -0700 (PDT)
> To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
> Subject: Screen Capture Question
> At my last job, we did screen capture right through
> the software.
> At my new job, I have to find software that handles
> screen capture.
> Or I can just do screen print and use Paint.
> Does anyone know
> 1) If Paint will yield good results with such a thing,
> wih most software (I can't test it yet - I am not into
> their software yet) ?
> 2) If not, is there any such thing as software to do
> such a thing (screen capture)? Does it work as a
> companion with software?
> Barb Y
> Thanks

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