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Are many of us spending time editing and fussing with screen captures this
way? Are any of us, like me, not editing screen captures after we take them
(except, possibly, to name them and, of course, if we are being *creative*
with a software interface that is not as current as the documentation)?
sean -at- quodata -dot- com
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jane S. [SMTP:judydh -at- total -dot- net]
> Open up the Control Panel > Mouse settings, take a screen shot of that
> dialog. Crop the cursor. Paste it into the screen shot you're working on.
> You may need to do all of this from within Paint; I've always used that
> PE has played annoying tricks on me.
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