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> And you thought you were joking... someone posted the following on
> the techshoret list... any ideas for me to pass on to them?
> I have been handed a diskette with a utility on it
> and I need to take screengrabs -- the only problem
> is that it only works properly when I restart the
> computer with the diskette in the floppy drive so
> that it goes straight into DOS-- so my problem is
> to find a utility (if one exists) to take and
> store screengrabs which I will then later transfer
> into windows etc.
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