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> >I guess my real question is...is there a screen
> >capture utility that will capture in WMF or EMF
> >(aparently "extended" form of WMF) formats?
> That would be almost impossible to find. All the ones I'm aware of start
> with a file, not the screen. You could do the screen capture then feed it
> to the program, but that's about it.
Has anyone mentioned Adobe Streamline? This is exactly what it's designed to
do; convert bitmap line art into vector images. I've only tried it a couple
of times, and it's not perfect (i.e. sometimes it adds seemingly superfluous
anchor points, etc.) but it's not that bad, either.
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