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My favorite method of capturing DOS screens is to open a DOS window in
MSWindows; Open my screen capture program in windows (I use the RoboHelp
utility), expand the DOS window as far as I can, and start clipping away.
mta -at- cyberspace -dot- org
To: internet!VM1.ucc.okstate.edu!TECHWR-L (Multiple recipients of list
Subject: DOS screen capture program...?
Date: Friday, July 07, 1995 10:05AM
Sorry, sorry, sorry, for asking this question since it has probably been
discussed here already in the past.
I need to find out which program, or utility, would be ideal (possibly
excellent) for capturing DOS screens? Any ideas? Any suggestions?
Does HIJACK work for DOS screen captures? I know, friends don't let friends
do DOS, but, hey, what can I say?
Moreover, if you come up with a good suggestion, could/would you also let me
know 1) where I can get it, and 2) how much it costs (approximately). Thanks
a lot in advance.