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Ladonna Weeks wrote:
> I am working with Vista for the first time and I was trying to get some screen shots. One of the items was a "User Account Control" pop-up. I tried Paint and PaintShopPro and neither one could "see" it. Apparently this is a security feature new to Windows in Vista. Wikipedia (search for "User Account Control") explains it to some extent and they have screen shots. Does anybody know a trick to capture one of these guys?
> Ladonna Weeks
> lweeks -at- comtrak -dot- com<mailto:ladonna -dot- weeks -at- comtrak -dot- com>
> cell: 314-210-1652
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