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I use FullShot. I think it does a decent job, once you turn off all the dumb
default stuff that shows up on your title bars. Well, I find it annoying,
but others might not. I think FullShot does a decent job though. The only
trouble I've run into is saving images with many colors as .gifs. FullShot
tells you there are too many colors, etc. So, I end up saving as a .png.
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From: Dannette Thompson [mailto:dthomps -at- foundationsoft -dot- com]
Sent: Monday, July 17, 2000 8:26 AM
Subject: RE: Screen Capture Question
I've always had decent luck with Paint; but it depends upon the method of
final output. Most of my stuff has been simply photocopied or reproduced
straight from a laser printer (not high quantity jobs, obviously).
Currently, however, I'm using a shareware screen capture tool called SnagIt,
which you can download from www.techsmith.com. I think it does a pretty good
job, and has a few handy features, such as being able to capture a scrolling
region and being able to send captures straight to the printer.